A third and final "abnormal load" has managed to squeeze its way through the streets of Ipswich to its destination - a new power station in Eye.
The transformer was the smallest of three loads that have recently been unloaded from Ipswich docks.
The journey began at about 05:30 GMT and inched its way through the town until it reached Hill View Business Park in Claydon, at about 14:30.
It then travelled on to its final destination via rolling roadblocks.
Suffolk Highways thanked all the teams involved, who worked over four Sundays to get the equipment to Eye.
We have arrived at Eye Airfield.
A huge thank you and well done to all teams involved. 3 abnormal loads moved, a transformer, turbine and a generator, all moved in 4 Sundays.
Thank you to everyone for your patience. 👏🏻 @McCann_Ltd @MytilineosSA @NSRAPT @_Allelys pic.twitter.com/t6AIqMgXq2
— Suffolk Highways (@Suff_highways) November 19, 2023
The transformer will form part of the Progress Power Station.
It travelled along the same route as loads one and two, including Cliff Road, Duke Street, Fore Street, Bishops Hill, Felixstowe Road, Derby Road, Tomline Road, Foxhall Road, Grove Lane and on to St Helen's Street.
It also went along St Margaret's Street, Crown Street, St Matthew's Street and on to Norwich Road.
The second part of the journey saw rolling road closures installed along the A14 and A140.
Suffolk Highways said: "A huge thank you and well done to all teams involved.
"Three abnormal loads moved, a transformer, turbine and a generator, all moved in four Sundays."