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Towheads/Large Structures Travelling Through Wick

1st April 2019

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Subsea 7 will be moving three towheads for the Equinor Snorre Project from Wick Harbour to Wester Site in the next 2-3 days. It is planned that the towheads will travel along the route through town as in the photograph. Exact timings will depend on weather conditions and how the Police direct proceedings.

As usual, due to the extreme width of all the structures we require the route (identified by cones) to be clear of all cars and other vehicles.

To assist car owners and businesses we have modified the timings of cone placement. If we intend to travel through town we will put the cones out the previous day. Subsequently if there is a gap between moves we will remove the cones and replace them the day before we intend to move the next structure. Simply stated: if cones are out - we move next day, if no cones are out - there is no move planned.

 

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