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Updated: December 11, 2017 @ 1:53 pm
While 2017 has been a rough fire season, here are photos of some of Montana and Yellowstone's most historic fires.
Tourists pass a fire burning along the roadway during the Yellowstone National Park fires of 1988.
Fires burn along the Gibbon River in this nighttime view of the Yellowstone National Park fires of 1988.
Yellowstone National Park photographer Jeff Henry walks through a burned area during the Yellowstone National Park fires of 1988.
Flames approach Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming during the Yellowstone National Park Fire of 1988. 1.3 million acres in the Yellowstone region burned.
An aerial view shows smoke billowing from the Clover Mist Fire on the eastern edge of Yellowstone Park in 1988. Fires in the Yellowstone region burned 1.3 million acres.
An aerial view shows homes and out buildings consumed by the Dahl fire in the Bull Mountains in 2012.
A home overlooking the Yellowstone River near Countryman Creek burns in 2006. The vehicles near the home are also burned.
Flames climb high above fire trucks on an Emerald Hills roadway at firefighters battle the Emerald Hills Fire with trucks, heavy equipment and air tankers in 2006.
A cluster of cabins near Beehive are all burned in this aerial view of the Derby Fire Thursday. The fire burned more than 26 residences from Bridger Creek to the Stillwater River.
The sun sets behind a column of smoke from the Wilson fire in the Bull Mountains in this aerial view from 2012.
An aerial view shows the expanding Dahl fire in the Bull Mountains in 2012.
A Stillwater County grader widens Bridger Road as firefighters battle the Derby Fire in 2006.
Smoke billows from a miles long fire line burning grass, trees and homes southwest of Columbus near Countryman Creek in 2006.
An aerial view shows fallen trees burned to ash against the blackend ground from the 156,000 acre Ash Creek fire near Ashland in 2012.
An aerial view shows burned out cabins on the shore of East Rosebud Lake from the Shepherd Mountain Fire in 1996.
The Early Bird Fire near Lame Deer in May 1988 was the first warning of a fire season that saw 1.3 million acres in the Yellowstone National Park region burn.
An aerial view shows the 173,000 acre Hawk Creek fire in the Bull Mountains in 1984. The fire burned 44 homes, killed one man, 100 cows and 10 horses.
A Sikorsky Skycrane helicopter arrives to carry and drop water on the Derby Fire in 2006. The fire burned 200,000 acres and 26 homes.
A severely burned horse stands in the 173,000 acre Hawk Creek Fire in the Bull Mountains in 1984.
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