|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Fowey Quay (SX125522)|
|Distance:||8.1 miles (13 km)|
|Meets:||B3268, A390, A3082, B3415, unclassified|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3269 is a largely rural B-road along the right bank of the River Fowey in Cornwall.
There is a short multiplex south along the A390 to Fowey Cross. The B3269 then reappears and heads vaguely southeastwards, following the top of a ridge and going over the top of the Treverrin railway tunnel (on the Cornish Main Line).
After passing nowhere of note, the B3269 reaches a mini-roundabout at Newtown Crossroads. This marks the original southern end of the B3269 but now it is the only one of the three roads that continue beyond this point (the other two are A3082 and B3415). The B3269 has to TOTSO left, signposted Bodinnick Ferry and Docks, along the former route of the B3270 renumbered in 1935. Fowey, where the road theoretically ends, is actually signposted straight ahead.
The B3269 runs into Fowey along the narrow Passage Lane, which is a leafy, apparently rural road running to the north of the town. The road passes a car park before a road turns off to the left signposted to the ferry across the River Fowey. The B3269 ends here. Ahead is a no-through-road which only accesses a car park but beyond that the town centre can be reached on foot.