Traffic disruption expected in Great Yarmouth as police escort lorry carrying 44 tonne cargo to the port

Abnormal load passes through Norfolk and Suffolk
Parts of a crane are being transported between

Abnormal load passes through Norfolk and Suffolk Parts of a crane are being transported between Great Yarmouth and Felixstowe. The wide load preparing to travel along the A47 Acle Straight. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2013

Delays are expected on the roads today as a large vehicle makes its way through Great Yarmouth.

A lorry carrying 44 tonne accommodation modules will move through the industrial heart of the town as it makes its way to the port.

Police have advised drivers they could experience delays from 10am, as they escort the abnormal load, measuring 16.5m (54ft) long, through the town.

The 5m (16ft) wide by 5m (16ft) high cargo will move from Gashouse Quay to the Outer Harbour.

Delays can be expected along these routes along the route from Malthouse Lane to Beccles Road, A47, A1243, Pasteur Road, South Quay, South Denes Road, Hartmann Road and South Beach Parade.


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