Firefighters remain at the scene of a huge blaze at an equestrian centre near Abernethy more than 24 hours after the fire first took hold at the stables in Perthshire.
Fire crews continued to tackle the blaze at Netherton Farm in Aberargie through the night with the emergency services remaining on scene to dampen hot spots caused by the fire which broke out at around 11.28am on Friday.
On Saturday, The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) said that two appliances were still in attendance at the farm and were expected to remain on the scene for a “considerable” amount of time.
An SFRS spokesperson said: “There’s still two appliances in attendance. They’re making good progress and assessing the buildings.
“Firefighters are dampening down the areas of hot spots using two main jets.
“They’re expected to be there a while longer, probably for a considerable amount of time.”
The horses that are kept at the equestrian centre have been reported as safe.
Police Scotland said the huge fire, which caused visibility problems for drivers on the A912 between Bridge of Earn and Aberargie, was currently being treated as “unexplained”.