Ashton under Line

Ashton under Line (Aeschtn onder Leine), engl. Stadt in der Grafschaft Lancaster, sehr bedeutende Industrie in Wolle und Baumwolle, 22000 E.; im nahen Faihrfield eine mährische Brüdergemeinde; Kanal von A. nach Manchester. – A. bei Wakefield, 6000 E., Nagelfabriken.


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