The Sugar Beet Factory, Bury St Edmunds.
Bury's largest landmark is the British Sugar factory near the A14, which processes sugar beet into refined crystal sugar.
This giant site, which is visible from most directions, was built in 1925 and processes beet from 1,300 growers. 660 lorry-loads of beet can be accepted each day when beet is being harvested.
Not all the beet can be crystallised immediately, and some is kept in solution in holding tanks until late spring and early summer, when the plant has spare crystallising capacity.
This picture is taken from the Great Barton end of Bury, next to a field where beet is grown!