Firefighters are still at the scene of a major blaze which destroyed a former high school in Kirkcaldy.
The fire at the historic Viewforth High School sent smoke and flames shooting into the sky, and was visible across the Forth in Edinburgh.
Six teams of firefighters raced to the scene in Loughborough Road around 7:30pm and worked through the night to bring it under control.
Two appliances, and one height appliance remain at the scene this morning dampening down hot spots.
No-one was injured in the blaze.
A joint investigation is now underway between the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Police Scotland to find out what happened.
Local residents were told to keep their windows closed at the height of the blaze which sent smoke billowing across the town.
Huge numbers of residents also came out on to the street to watch the drama unfold.
Local resident Nathan Bennett said: "I'd noticed our street was busier than usual with traffic, but didn't think anything of it until I saw the police. I went outside and the sky was filled with smoke, and walked around the corner to see a huge crowd of people watching the blaze, it was massive."
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