Abnormal load to be transported along Suffolk roads tomorrow
Motorists have been advised by Suffolk Police to expect delays tomorrow, October 10, as police escort an abnormal load through Suffolk.
The load will have already travelled a long way by the time it reaches the county as it is being escorted from Dorset.
On Wednesday it will come into Suffolk on the A14 Cambridgeshire border before travelling along the A11.
Norfolk Police are due to begin their escort at 2pm from Red Lodge on the A11 before the load hits the A47.
Before long it will take on the much smaller A1064, B1152 and A149.
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Finally, the abnormal load will travel up the A1151 and take the local roads to Oyster Yachts in Hoveton, Norfolk.
Delays can be expected along these routes.
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