A series of dramatic photos have shown the full extent of the fire which rippd through a Range Rover workshop last night.

Ten fire engines from Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service attended the blaze at Twenty-Ten Engineering in Bartleet Road in Redditch, at 3.15am this morning.

Crews from Redditch, Worcester, Stourport, Kidderminster, Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Upton upon Severn attended and were supported by West Midlands Fire Service crews from Kings Norton and Northfield and Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service crews from Bidford and Henley-in-Arden.

Staton commander John Laight tweeted: "I spent most of the night at a factory fire in Redditch. @HWFire crews worked hard with @WarksFireRescue & @WestMidsFire crews to contain the fire & stop it spreading to surrounding vehicles & areas including a phone mast!Thx to all involved for the hard work."

This afternoon a fire investigation officer remains at the scene while firefighters dampen down the remains of the building.

According to its website, Twenty-Ten Engineering is family-run independent Range Rover Classic specialist that specialises in all Classic Range Rovers from 1970 - 1996.  

The fire broke out in the building which is near the Washford Industrial Estate in the early hours of this morning (Tuesday).

Firefighters advised residents to close their windows and stay away from the area as black smoke could be seen billowing into the sky from the blaze in Bartlett Road.

Twitter user @JustRy19 posted a video with smoke visible still billowing from the scene at 4.57am.

Warwickshire Fire Service tweeted that they were assisting with a large vehicle workshop fire.

"Thankfully no persons were injured. Crews now damping down."