FIRE crews rushed to a fire near a gasworks plant in Glasgow's West End today. 

Videos on social media show a shed on Kelvindale's Penrith Drive engulfed by flames.

The shed appears to be surrounded by trees and just a short distance away from the Temple Gasworks. 

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The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed two fire engines attended the incident at 3.30pm on Tuesday, May 10, and extinguished the blaze.

There are no reports of any injuries. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Officers received a report of a fire at Penrith Drive, Glasgow which happened around 3.50pm on Tuesday, May 10, 2022.

"Enquiries were carried out and no criminality has been established."

The Temple Gasworks is no longer in use.

It had been granted listed status by Historic Environment Scotland in 2017.

It was constructed in 1871 and became an iconic part of the area's skyline.

They were constructed for the Corporation of Glasgow gas department on the former Temple Gasworks which was the second largest gasworks in Britain.