A serious fire has left a historic section of Disneyland scorched, according to reports.

The fire did major damage to the New Orleans Railroad Station in the old Frontierland section of the theme park in Anaheim, California, leaving the area charred on Thursday.

The fire began late Wednesday night and lasted into early Thursday morning, WDW News Today reported.

The fire was reportedly quickly put out but not before the section of the park experienced damage. However, the trains in Frontierland were back to being operational on Friday.

The famous railroad-themed building was shown with severe fire damage and covered with a tarp in photos posted to social media.

The cause of the fire is still being investigated, according to the news outlet.

Disney has experienced a rough few years, including having Disney World's special status stripped by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in April and having to lay off 28,000 workers in 2020 as the pandemic hammered its parks and resorts business.