A339 road

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A339 shield

Bend on the A339, near Winslade is typical of the many bends between Basingstoke and Alton
Major junctions
North endNewbury
 A34 A34 road
A4 A4 road
A343 A343 road
A340 A340 road
A33 A33 road
A3010 A3010 road
A30 A30 road
A31 A31 road
South endAlton
CountiesHampshire, Berkshire
Road network

The A339 is a 32-mile-long (51 km) A road in England. It is the main road between Newbury in Berkshire and Alton in Hampshire. It also forms the eastern and northern parts of the Basingstoke Ring Road. Its most northern end eventually merges into the A34 north of Newbury just before meeting the M4 at J13 (Chieveley services).

Points of interest[edit]

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Point Coordinates
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OS Grid Ref Notes
Newbury, Berkshire 51°26′15″N 1°19′16″W / 51.4376°N 1.3210°W / 51.4376; -1.3210 (Newbury, Berkshire) Start, A34, Snelsmore Common, Berkshire
Alton, Hampshire 51°08′09″N 0°58′39″W / 51.1359°N 0.9775°W / 51.1359; -0.9775 (Alton, Hampshire) End, A31, Alton, Hampshire