|Location Map ( geo)|
|From:||Castle Street (SU136303)|
|To:||Fisherton Street (SU142307)|
|Distance:||0.4 miles (0.6 km)|
|Now part of:||A36|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3393 was a short link road on the northern side of Salisbury city centre. Owing to the road's short length its history is not known. However, the road was certainly classified by the 1950s (and quite possibly some time earlier). In more recent years the A36 Churchill Way West has been built alongside the B3393 turning it into a minor residential road.
The road started on the A345 Castle Street immediately north of the railway bridge and headed west along Nelson Road. It crossed the River Avon at Scammell's Bridge, which is marked as a toll bridge on the OS 1:25000 map but which now serves nowhere at all as the road has been grassed over on the far side. The B3393 continued west along St Paul's Road, now hemmed in alongside Churchill Way West, to reach St Paul's Church. Again the through route has been destroyed here but the B3393 ended on the far side of the church on the A30 Fisherton Street.