|Location Map ( geo)|
|Via:||Frimley & Ash Vale|
|Distance:||6.8 miles (10.9 km)|
|Meets:||A30, A325, B3012, B3165, B3166, B3206, A323|
|Route outline (key)|
The B3411 runs along the Blackwater Valley parallel to the A331, which serves most of the traffic that would otherwise have used this road.
The road starts on the A30 just west of Camberley town centre, and heads south through assorted surburbia towards Frimley. There's a bridge under the M3 just before a roundabout with the A325, after which a spur of the B3411 heads back north to that road.
Then it's past more typical Surrey houses towards Frimley Green and down through Mytchett. We go under the railway at Ash Vale and over the Basingstoke Canal and finally end up on the A323.
In 1922 the road was numbered A321 from Camberley south to Frimley Green. It was then the A3013 to Ash Vale station and then the A3011 from there on. In the 1970s the A321 was rerouted along the entire of the road and then the whole thing became the B3411 when the A331 was built nearby in the 1990s.
Original Author(s): Ritchie333