|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||10.7 miles (17.2 km)|
|Met (1923):||A394, B3297, B3293, B3291, B3296, unclassified|
|Now part of:||A3083, A394|
|Route outline (key)|
Originally the B3295 was the southernmost classified road in the country (there were no roads on the Isles of Scilly in 1922); it connected Helston with the village of Lizard, ending in the village square under a mile from Lizard Point.
By 1932 the majority of the road had been renumbered as the A3083. A small rump remained in 1932, being Meneage Road, Helston; leading to the town centre. This part was renumbered in 1935 as an extra part of the B3293 and in modern times, as part of the A394 Helston bypass. The north half of Meneage Road leading up to the town centre is now unclassified as the current A394 branches off on a newer built section at a mini roundabout. The section of road just south of Helston has now been lost under RNAS Culdrose with the A3083 having to detour to the west.