Abnormal load warning

PUBLISHED: 16:34 08 October 2010 | UPDATED: 16:35 08 October 2010

MOTORISTS are being warned to be on the look out for an abnormal load due to be moved across Great Yarmouth early next week.

The load will be leaving Coastground Ltd in Morton Peto Road on the Gapton Hall Industrial Estate, Yarmouth at around 9am on Monday.

The load will be travelling to MDF Transport, in Harfreys Road, on the Harfreys Industrial Estate, Yarmouth.

In total the load is 5.53m wide, 4.9m high, 16.5m long and weighs 35,000kgs.

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