Drivers are warned they may face delays as an abnormal load is transported through the county. 

Suffolk police will help transport the abnormal loads from Hemel Hempstead to Leiston in Suffolk on Friday, October 6. 

Beginning at 10am, the load - which weighs 57,320kg and is over 17 metres in length - will be transported along the A10 in Cambridgeshire. 

The load will then be transported through Norfolk along the A47 and A146, before joining the A12. 

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It will then head along the B1122, Lover's Lane and King's George Avenue in Leiston, where it will then head down towards its final destination.

Part of the A140 will be closed over three weekends between October and November while an abnormal load is escorted through the county.