Haddiscoe bridge to have £775,000 repaint

Haddiscoe Bridge, Norfolk Little disruption is expected while work is carried out on the A143 bridge

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A bridge is to be repainted for the first time in 34 years in one of the biggest jobs of its kind in Norfolk.

The £775,000 project on the A143 Haddiscoe bridge, near Great Yarmouth, will start on Monday.

The work will be completed in two phases and is due to end in September 2014.

The bridge carries traffic over water and a railway but the work is expected to have little effect on traffic, pedestrians or train passengers.

There may be some disruption to boat users on the New Cut as headroom or width restrictions are likely.

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