A massive electrical transformer will be delivered on a low loader lorry to a power station in Nottinghamshire tonight.
The 226 tonne transformer, which is the size of a house, will leave a shipping port in East Yorkshire at 10pm, and travel 73 miles at 12 miles an hour down the M18 and M1.
It's due to arrive at Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station between 3.00am and 5.00am.
The A453 will be closed and the low-loader lorry, which is longer than an Olympic sized swimming pool, which be escorted by police.
Staffordshire based haulage firm ALE, who specialise in carrying heavy loads, have planned the delivery to minimise disruption to motorists.
A huge electrical transformer the size of a house will be delivered to Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power station in Nottinghamshire tonight.
The piece of kit is 261 tonnes and 66 metres long and has been shipped 5,500 miles from South Korea.
The A453 into Nottingham will be closed overnight so the massive load can be delivered. It's taken months of planning for the transformer to be delivered by road from Goole in East Yorkshire.
A report into the collapsed prosecution of six protesters accused of trying to shut down a power station has criticised Nottinghamshire police of 'collective failings'.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said the sharing and recording of information about an undercover police officer hadn't been well handled.
The IPCC also concluded that the actions of individual officers did NOT amount to police misconduct.