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Delays expected on A14 as abnormal load transported to marina near Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 09:27 04 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:27 04 August 2018

The large boat will be transported to Fox's Marina in Wherstead, near Ipswich Picture: GREGG BROWN

The large boat will be transported to Fox's Marina in Wherstead, near Ipswich Picture: GREGG BROWN

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Motorists are being advised to expect delays tomorrow while as a large boat is transported by road towards a marina near Ipswich.

Suffolk police will be escorting the abnormal load along some of the region’s most major roads, including the A14, A47 and A11.

The boat will be escorted from Oyster Yachts in Tunstead Road, Norwich, to Fox’s Marina, Wherstead, near Ipswich.

No specific time has yet been given for the journey.

However the route it will follow is: Local Roads - A1151 - A149 - B1152 - A1064 - A47 - A11 Wymondham - Wymondham St - Spooners Row - A11 - A1304 - A14 - A1308 - B1113 - Lorraine Way - Bramford Way - Sproughton Village - A1071 - A1214 - A14 - A137 - Local Roads to Site

A spokesperson for Suffolk police said: “Delays can be expected along these routes.”

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