Three more abnormal loads are set to cause disruption for drivers in Norfolk this month.

Two vehicles carrying more than 100 tonnes of cable drums will be escorted by police and a transformer weighing 265 tonnes will travel on some of the region's busiest routes.

The first two loads are embarking on a long journey from Boston, Lincolnshire to The Street in Oulton.

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Units more than 80-foot-long will be escorted by Norfolk Constabulary from the A14 at the Cambridgeshire border, along the A11 northbound before joining local roads to the site.  

The first convoy made up of two units and an escort vehicle will hit roads at 9am on Monday, June 10 with drivers being warned to expect delays.

The second, transporting a similar load, will leave at the same time on Tuesday, June 11 following the same route.

The transformer weighing 265 tonnes will move from the King’s Lynn docks to the Norwich Main Substation in Mangreen Lane, Dunston.

The loads, which are more than 190-foot-long, will travel on the A47 and A140 before joining local roads to the site on Sunday, June 30 at 8am.