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How to transport a disused aircraft?

When the fuselage and other parts of a Boeing 747 were being transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England, police warned that the abnormally large load, which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University.

How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage and other parts of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)
How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)
How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)
How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage and other parts of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)
How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage and other parts of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)
How to transport a disused aircraft?
The fuselage and other parts of a Boeing 747 is transported along the M4 motorway on February 14, 2015 near Bristol, England. Police warned that the abnormally large load which took up two lanes of the motorway as it travelled from Cotswold Airport to Herefordshire, was likely to cause considerable disruption to motorists. The final destination of the disused aircraft was said to be in Staffordshire where it will be put back together to provide a studio for interior design university students studying at the Nottingham-based National Design Academy and Staffordshire University. (Getty Images)