Travel and Tourism: Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto (Canada).
Interior, horizontal view, of brick kiln artifact.
Character defining elements that contribute to the heritage value of the Don Valley Brick Works include its:
- complex of 16 industrial buildings built over time ranging from 1891 to 1972 including the Office (Building 1), Welding Shop (Building 3), Sand-Lime Storage Building (Building 4), Lunchroom (Building 5), Sand-Lime Brick Production Plan (Building 6/7), Sand-Lime Brick Storage Building (Building 8), Clay-Shale Storage Building (Building 9), Clay-Grinding Building (Building 10), Screening and Dust Collection Building (Building 11), Stock Brick Dryer Building (Building 11B), Holding Room (Building 12), Brick Storage Shed (Building 13), Wire-Cut Brick Production Plant (Building 14), Dry-Press Brick Production Plant (Building 15), Tunnel Kiln and Dryer Building (Building 16), Valley Chimney and Chimney Court (Building 17)
- expansive collection of industrial machinery ranging in age and reflecting production capabilities of the site. Machinery including the John Price Soft-Mud Press, Kilns, Clay and Shale Storage Hoppers, Storage Bins, Brick Presses, Metal Ceiling Fans, Industrial Style Pendant Ceiling Light Fixtures, Electrical Panels, Motorized Conveyors, Metal Containers, Grinders, Office Booth, Sieves, Dust Collectors, Dust Bins, Shale Bins, Wire Brick Cutter
- archaeological features and remains related to the industrial use of the site
- location in the Don Valley
- proximity to other industrial sites, such as Todmorden Mills
- Evergreen Brick Works _MG_6688
- © 2013 Dean Oros Photo + Design
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- Evergreen Brickworks