Carlisle Castle has been recreated by a team of volunteers armed with thousands of custard creams.
Staff from three local baking firms used 5,000 of the biscuits to help create
the structure as part of the city's summer pageant celebrations. It took the group three days to complete the castle, which measures about
1.2m (4ft) square.
Ann Fiddler-Robbins, English Heritage site manager at Carlisle Castle, said:
"How better could we celebrate the Carlisle Pageant than to create this
city's great landmark from the region's beloved biscuit?"
Carlisle Castle has dominated the city's landscape for nine centuries and is
one of Cumbria's most visited attractions.