Warminster is a small town in the west of Wiltshire. It has benefitted from a substantial bypass to the south and west of the town, taking the A36 and A350 through traffic away from the town centre. The old A36 route has been reclassified as the B3414, while all other routes within the town are now unclassified.
Warminster in 1959, before the bypass
Before Warminster's bypass was built, the A36 and A350 both used to pass through the town centre, with the A362 terminating on the A36 a little to the west. The B-road entering the town through Bishoptrow is a now unclassified spur of the B3095.