Gaping holes have been left in the roof of a house in Suffolk after a fire on Tuesday night.
Dozens of firefighters were called out to the property on Gislingham Road in the village of Finningham; in total nine fire crews attended.
The blaze at the wooden-structured house started at around 9pm, and took over two hours to extinguish.
As well as conventional hoses, an aerial ladder platform was used by the firefighters to get above the building.
Several roads around the village were closed while the fire was burning.