Delays expected as abnormal load passes through Norfolk and Suffolk
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
Drivers are being warned to expect delays as an abnormal load is transported on the county’s roads from Norfolk to Essex.
Suffolk Police says motorists may experience delays from 6am on Monday morning while a 44,000kg silo is escorted through the county.
The load will be escorted from Rowland Woodhouse, North Walsham for the 113 mile journey to Harlow.
The escort will head from Rowland Woodhouse to Laundray Loke and Folgate Road.
It will then travel on the B1145, later joining the A149 band along the BB152, A1064, A47, A11 to the A14 Cambridge border.
You may also want to watch:
The abnormal load is 4.7m wide, 4.9m high and 23m long.
Norfolk Police will escort the load from Rowland Woodhouse to the A11 at Bartons Mills roundabout before the escort is taken over by Suffolk Police.
- 1 Family of missing man informed after body found in water
- 2 'Stay local' warning and visitors fined after hundreds head to Sea Palling
- 3 Buy a former 1950s police station for sale for £330,000
- 4 Police give out £200 penalty notices to day-trippers for second weekend running
- 5 When can I go to the beach? Lockdown travel questions answered
- 6 Tributes to kind-hearted dad-of-three who died from Covid
- 7 Cardiac arrest call sparks rescue operation near beauty spot
- 8 Photos show RAF centre being visited by ‘beast’ of an aircraft
- 9 Households with children to get two Covid tests per person every week
- 10 Family of missing man informed after body found near lake