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East Anglia: Abnormal travelling routes including A12 and A14 expected to cause delays for motorists over four days next week

PUBLISHED: 17:23 13 June 2014 | UPDATED: 17:23 13 June 2014

Abnormal loads are expected to cause delays for motorists in Suffolk and Norfolk.

Abnormal loads are expected to cause delays for motorists in Suffolk and Norfolk.

Mike Baker

Abnormal loads travelling through East Anglia next week are expected to cause delays for motorists.

Police have advised the public that a large boat, and three crane bases will be travelling through the region on every day between Monday and Thursday.

On Monday, a large 52-tonne, boat will be escorted by Suffolk police from Colchester to Wroxham, Norfolk, from 9.30am.

It will follow the A12 , A13, A130, A1042 and A1151 to the site

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, three crane bases, each measuring 5.8m wide will be escorted from Seatrax in Great Yarmouth to Felixstowe Dock.

On each day the escorted load will set off at 10am, following the A12, A47, A11, A1304, A14, A142, A14, and local roads to the site.

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