|Location||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Operated by||Toronto Parks|
From the 1840s to the 1890s this was the location of the Yorkville Brick Yards. The yellowish-white bricks produced were used for many buildings in the village and city including Yorkville Town Hall, St. Michael's Cathedral, St. James Cathedral and much of University College. In 1904 the City purchased the land and established a park named after Alderman J. George Ramsden, a local resident who was active in city politics from 1903 until 1936.
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