The fire service from Dungloe and Gweedore tackled a blaze at house in Crolly this morning.
Three units of the fire service from Dungloe and Gweedore extinguished a house fire near Crolly this morning.
The fire at the former railway station house on the N56 between Loughanure and Crolly was noticed by a passerby around 8am.
Fire crews drew water from the nearby Crolly river to assist with dousing the blaze.
The building has been extensively damaged.
This is the second fire in the premises.
The same building was gutted in a fire some thirty years ago.
It is understood there was no one in the house at the time, no injuries have been reported.