This was the scene after a fire erupted on a site housing a number of outbuildings containing gas cylinders.
Nearby residents are understood to have been evacuated as firefighters tackled the large blaze in Northwich.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service say crews spent around four hours at the scene on Linnards Lane in Wincham.
The service was called out at 9.45pm on Tuesday night and four engines were scrambled to the incident from stations including Northwich, Lymm, and Knutsford.
A spokesperson said: “On arrival the crews found an outbuilding well alight.
“There were no reports of any injuries.
“Four firefighters wearing breathing apparatus used hose reel jets to tackle the fire.
“Six cylinders were involved in the fire and were cooled down by the crews.
“The scene was then damped down and a thermal imaging camera was used to check for hot spots.
“Once safe to do so, residents were allowed back into neighbouring properties.
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“The crews were in attendance for around four hours.”
The team from Knutsford shared images of the devastation caused by the blaze and Tweeted that a ‘number of outbuildings contained gas cylinders’.