Photos of the Marshall fire destruction, rebuild one year later

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Denver Post photojournalist Helen H. Richardson returned to the Marshall fire burn area in Louisville and Superior nearly a year after the historic fire and rephotographed scenes from the day of the fire and its immediate aftermath.

LEFT: A house in the Sagamore subdivision is fully involved in flames during the Marshall Fire on Dec. 30, 2021 in Superior. RIGHT: Homes in the same location have yet to be rebuilt a year after the Marshall Fire on December 28, 2022, in Superior, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: The Marshall Fire sweeps through the Sagamore subdivision on Dec. 30, 2021, in Superior. RIGHT: A house in the same location in the Sagamore subdivision has yet to be built a year after the Marshall Fire on December 28, 2022, in Superior, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: The Marshall Fire sweeps through the Sagamore subdivision on Dec. 30, 2021, in Superior. RIGHT: A house in the same location in the Sagamore subdivision has yet to be built a year after the Marshall Fire on December 28, 2022, in Superior, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: A man on a bike rides by a burned home in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A year after the Marshall Fire, the home is still under reconstruction as another cyclist rides past in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: A man on a bike rides by a burned home in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A year after the Marshall Fire, the home is still under reconstruction as another cyclist rides past in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: An Xcel Energy worker surveys the damage to a home that was burned to the ground in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A year after the Marshall Fire the land where a home once stood in the Coal Creek subdivision is up for sale on December 28, 2022 in Louisville. The home behind it, which didn't fully burn, is still being remediated and worked on after sustaining damage from the fire. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: An Xcel Energy worker surveys the damage to a home that was burned to the ground in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A year after the Marshall Fire the land where a home once stood in the Coal Creek subdivision is up for sale on December 28, 2022 in Louisville. The home behind it, which didn’t fully burn, is still being remediated and worked on after sustaining damage from the fire. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: People on bikes survey the remains of burned homes in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: People walk past the empty lots where homes that burned in the Marshall Fire a year ago have yet to be rebuilt in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: People on bikes survey the remains of burned homes in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: People walk past the empty lots where homes that burned in the Marshall Fire a year ago have yet to be rebuilt in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville, Colorado. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)

 

LEFT: Burned street signs in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: The burned street signs are unchanged a year after the Marshall Fire in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: Burned street signs in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: The burned street signs are unchanged a year after the Marshall Fire in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: A man walks by burned homes in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A home is near completion a year after the Marshall Fire in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)
LEFT: A man walks by burned homes in the Coal Creek Ranch subdivision in the aftermath of the Marshall Fire on Dec. 31, 2021, in Louisville. RIGHT: A home is near completion a year after the Marshall Fire in the Coal Creek subdivision on December 28, 2022, in Louisville. (Photos by Helen H. Richardson/Pointypress)

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