Police warn drivers of “considerable delays” as three abnormal loads travel through Norfolk today

Police warned motorists about the abnormal loads. Police warned motorists about the abnormal loads.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
10:47 AM

Police have warned motorists about three abnormal loads travelling through the county today.

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Two large loads are being escorted from the A47 Acle to Bacton Gas terminal between 9.30am and noon today.

Due to flood damage to the B1159 at Walcott, the loads will follow the A1064, B1152, A149 to North Walsham, B1145, Lyngate Road, Mundesley Road, Crow Road, Bacton Road, North Walsham Road to site.

A third load will be escorted from Rackheath and onwards to Great Yarmouth, delayed from yesterday due to the height of the load and trees on route having to be trimmed before it can pass.

The route as follows : Salhouse Road, Norwich Road, B1140, Panxworth Road, The Street, Acle Road, South Walsham Road, Bridewell Lane, Old Road, A1064, A47, A149, Hall Quay to site.

Police warned that considerable delays are expected.

3 comments

  • Just for the record.. The 'abnormal' load is NOT me going to Tescos !! (other supermarkets are available)

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    musicman

    Tuesday, December 10, 2013

  • pity you couldn't have posted the warning yesterday, rather than an hour after it started!!

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    catalonia13

    Tuesday, December 10, 2013

  • pity you couldn't have posted the warning yesterday, rather than an hour after it started!!

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    catalonia13

    Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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