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- Boston Parks and Recreation sign in 2000.
- This design was approved by the community.
- Removing remnants of the old parking lot.
- Distressed trees and tired topsoil removed.
- The lot was graded for proper drainage.
- New soil, stone dust for walkways, and sidewalk added.
- Granite curbs define the walkway.
- Walways completed, sprinkler heads flagged, furniture installed.
- John Tagiuri, commissioned artist, with the first fence panel.
- A retainer wall lines the walkway. Time to add the fence.
- Time for planting!
- The front corner is ready to receive the redwoods.
- A variety of trees will supply color, shade, and home for many birds of the Fenway.
- Landscapers ensure proper placement of the wall of pines.
- Newly planted trees need lots of water.
- The bushes and shrubs arrive.
- All types of trees and bushes arrive.
- Most trees are in place, including three Dawn Redwoods by the sign.
- The fountain and the pergola will be the crowning pieces.
- The inner ring of the pergola has a core of steel.
- A crane lowers the pre-formed curved steel.
- The wide path will later serve as a performance area.
- The fountain arrives!
- The fountain was made in Georgia for Ramler Park.
- The team guides the fountain into position.
- Nearly ready for opening day!
- August 10, 2004, Mayor Menino officially opens Ramler Park.