|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Three Burrows (SW751475)|
|Distance:||11.2 miles (18 km)|
|Met:||B3278, B3282, B3284, A30|
|Now part of:||A392, A3075|
|Route outline (key)|
It started on the B3278 Cliff Road in Newquay and headed south through town along Trenance Road. After leaving Newquay it turned sharply right near Lane and then headed southwest through Goonhavern to end on the A30 to the north of Three Burrows.
The road did not last long. By the 1930s the majority of the road had been upgraded to Class I status, becoming the A3075. The northernmost section through Newquay had been bypassed and so was declassified, although the extreme northern end became a short extension of the B3282. When the A392 Newquay southern bypass was built much later it took over part of the ex-B3283.