|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Halwell Cross (SX781532)|
|Distance:||0.4 miles (0.6 km)|
|Met (1923):||B3197, B3207|
|Now part of:||A3122|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3208 was a short link road to the east of the Devon village of Halwell, connecting the village with the B3207 towards Dartmouth.
Although maps in the 1970s give the road Class II status, it is unclear how long the B3208 number lasted owing to the road's short length (it may have become a spur early on).
Most maps now class the road as a spur of the A3122, although on the ground it seems as if the Council want vehicles to avoid the road. Heading east, it is signed with a prohibition for buses and traffic is informed that the A3122 runs elsewhere. Heading west, traffic may not turn right from the A3122 mainline onto this road (although agricultural vehicles and school transport are exempted). The whole road is S1 and has signposted limits of 30mph and 2T.