Victoria's largest power station is sending a generator as big as an aeroplane to Germany for a repair job - but first they need to get it there.
The spare generator from AGL's Loy Yang A power station weighs around 255 tonnes and is longer than an Airbus A380.
Between the 1st and 4th of February, a 6.5m wide, 5m tall generator will be transported from Traralgon to the Port of Melbourne - a very slow job taking four prime movers - before it's put on a cargo ship. It can only travel at around twenty kilometres an hour.
The first leg of the journey was completed on Tuesday night, from Loy Yang to Officer.
The second leg will take place between 9pm Friday 2 February and 5am Saturday 3 February when the convoy will make its way from Officer, through Noble Park to Dingley.
On its final leg, the load will start its journey at 9pm Saturday 3 February from Dingley Village and weave its way into Port Melbourne early morning of Sunday 4 February, where the generator will be loaded onto a cargo ship.
For those who get stuck behind the truck, it might be a slow wait, with Vic roads warning it could take up to 15 minutes before you're able to pass.