Well guess what, they are doing it again but the opposite way around.
A spokesman said: “Please share the below dates to make it easier for yourself and others as we will have to stop traffic and slow people down whilst they assist them.
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“Now these times and dates are not just plucked out of the air, they have to be planned well in advance due to drivers hours and access times.
“So before we get bombarded with "why can’t you do it at night", "why can’t you fly them in", "why ca’nt you cut them into small pieces" etc. etc.. we wanted to give you plenty of advanced warning.”
The turbines will be up to 120 tonnes, five metres wide and very long.
There will only be minor issues on the M18 and A1, but when the loads leave the A1 at Marr (J37) police will be holding traffic on the roundabouts, through Marr village, Hickleton cross roads and other roundabouts along the route.
"This is for everyone's safety, so please just take a deep breath and sit tight for a few minutes whilst we come through,” they added.
The plan is:
Thursday 7th July - 09.30 at Marr
Wednesday 13th July - 10.30 at Marr
Thursday 14th July - 09.30 at Marr
Saturday 16th July- 09.30 at Marr
Monday 18th July - 09.30 at Marr.