WATCH: HUGE blaze rips through Peaky Blinders building in Yorkshire

WATCH: HUGE blaze rips through Peaky Blinders building in Yorkshire. Credit: Twitter

WATCH: A HUGE blaze rips through a historic building in Yorkshire, used to film hit TV shows including Peaky Blinders and Downton Abbey.

BREAKING NEWS  – A HUGE blaze has ripped through a historic building in Yorkshire on Thursday, March 3, which is used to film hit TV shows including Peaky Blinders and Downton Abbey.

Video footage circulating on social media shows the devastating fire at Dalton Mills in Keighley, which is currently being tackled by West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Services.

Built in 1869, Dalton Mills was previously the largest textile mill in Yorkshire and has been used as a filming location for several popular television series.

Videos show the entire 150-year-old building engulfed in flames as fire crews struggle to calm the fire.

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has confirmed 20 pumps have been brought to the scene.

A tweet from the service read: “We are currently in attendance at a fire at Dalton Mills, Keighley.

“There is a lot of smoke in the area & residents are advised to keep doors/windows closed.

“Please avoid travelling through the area.

“Updates to follow.”

It is not yet known whether there have been any casualties as a result of the blaze.

Update: West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said nobody had been hurt in the fire. They described dealing with the blaze as “challenging”.


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