A Tripadvisor page has been set up in the wake of extensive flooding on the A14 dubbing it the "Newmarket Puddle". 

Drivers have taken to seeing the lighter side of the issue near Newmarket, which first started in mid-February.

Over 12 million litres of water has been extracted from the eastbound carriageway near Newmarket, with National Highways on site 24 hours a day to clear the flooding. 

Titled 'The Newmarket Puddle', the page is currently seven out of the ninth best things to do in the area and already has 20 reviews.

East Anglian Daily Times: Pumps are working round the clock to extract waterPumps are working round the clock to extract water (Image: National Highways)

Some people have chosen to post their own pictures from the eastbound carriageway, while photos from National Highways have also been used.

One driver hilariously said: "Forget horses, this is the most talked about and most visited site in Newmarket!

"Attracting visitors from across the East of England, allow a good hour or two for the best views."

Another reviewer said it could be a "great attraction" with just a few alterations.

Giving the attraction one star out of five, one driver said: "Avoid it at all costs!! I queued for hours to see this and it really wasn’t worth it. Complete anti-climax, very disappointing!"

One lane remains closed on the A14 as water continues to be pumped away.