The transportation of huge abnormal loads through Suffolk is set to resume today, with the A140 to be closed for the duration. 

Suffolk Highways will begin the second part of the journey, involving the largest of three loads, at 6.30am on Sunday. 

The turbine, which weighs approximately 332 tonnes, is currently parked at a site in Old Ipswich Road in Claydon. 

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It will first make its way back towards Ipswich along Old Norwich Road, before moving onto Bury Road. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The load was transported through Ipswich last weekThe load was transported through Ipswich last week (Image: Paul Geater)

From there, rolling road closures will be installed on the A14 eastbound carriageway as it makes its way towards the A140 junction. 

Throughout Sunday, the A140 will be closed from the A14 to the A143 at Scole, with diversions in place. 

Access will available for local traffic either side of the carriageway. Drivers will not be able to pass the abnormal load at any point.

Hard closures will be put in place at Brockford Bridge to install a temporary bridge. 

The road will be shut for approximately six hours until the abnormal load has crossed.