Six abnormal loads are set to hit Norfolk's roads this weekend and into next week as drivers are warned of delays on major routes through the region.

The first of the loads will involve, transporting a train power car (HST), weighing 128,000kg and being 23.6m long.

The load  will be transported from the Eastern Rail Services hub along the A47 Acle straight -A149 - B1141 - A1243 - Hartmann Rd before arriving on South Beach Parade in Great Yarmouth

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One of these loads has already been transported, with the second hitting roads today at 2pm.

Train carriages (HST trailer cars) weighing 100,000kg and being 27.5m long are also set to be transported.

These loads will follow the same route as the power car and will be transported on Sunday at 11am and Monday and Tuesday at 2pm.

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The sixth load will be transporting modular buildings from Carrow Works in Norwich to Dorset.

The units weigh 39,000kg with a length of 23m and a width of just under 5m. 

The convoy will include two units and two self-escort vehicles.

Police will escort the vehicles via  A1054 - A146 - A47 - A11 - A14 until the Cambridgeshire border where it will be handed to Suffolk Police.