|From:||Osborne House (SZ509948)|
|To:||York Avenue (SZ502956)|
|Length:||0.9 miles (1.4 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3321 is a short beast running through East Cowes on the Isle of Wight.
The road starts at the top of York Avenue, just around the bend from Osborne House. The extent of this road is a wide S2 down a hill of just under half a mile that marks the northern edge of Victoria Recreation Ground. A banked turn to the right onto Adelaide Grove at the bottom is immediately followed by a left down Minerva Road. There follows a turn to the right along Clarence Road and eventually gives up on the road it started on.
Although the road is unchanged since 1922 the main reason for the continued numbering of this road is that it leads to Kingston Road, home to a huge power station and BP oil depot. However, a new road is currently being built which will join these up with York Avenue and Beatrice Avenue, so the B3321 may be rerouted in the near future.