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Askern

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Askern is a town and civil parish within the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, in South Yorkshire, England. It is on the A19 road between Doncaster and Selby. It became a spa town in the late 19th century, but this stopped once coal mines opened in the town. The last mine closed in the 1990s. It has a population of 5,434.

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Google previewFood and Wine Festivals and Events Around the World (2008)

Development, Management and Markets by Colin Michael Hall, Liz Sharples

Askern is a small rural village that is situated 7 miles from Doncaster on the Humber Levels in the North of England. Until the early 1900s, the village was predominantly based on agricultural activity, but whose population grew seasonally due ...

Google previewA brief description of public interest in the county of York, within twenty-six miles of the city (1843)

by Alfred E. Hargrove

Askern is a secluded village, which of late years has attracted considerable notice, on account of its mineral waters. Although it is situated at a distance of nearly 30 miles from York, the circumstance of its being a place of resort for invalids, ...

Google previewThe Railway Magazine (1906)

Askern is a Yorkshire Spa that was famous before Harrogate, and the railway is endeavouring to win back for it its old-time fame. The neighbourhood is particularly rich in well-prcerved Norman churches, and the air is very bracing. Those who ...

Google previewThe Pall Mall Budget (1886)

Being a Weekly Collection of Articles Printed in the Pall Mall Gazette from Day to Day, with a Summary of News

Askern is a little spa and health resort, its waters are chemically similar to those of Harrogate and useful in the same class of cases. The halt and maim and rheumatic come here, and those who seek for quiet and rest after months of drudgery ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Serial Killers (2006)

by Michael Newton

A vehicle abandoned near the cabin was registered to another missing person, Sunnyvale photographer Jeffrey Askern, and police soon had a fair idea of what had happened to Lake's vanishing acquaintances. On June 8, portions of four ...

Google previewRudimentary Dictionary of Terms Used in Architecture, Civil, Architecture, Naval, Building and Construction (1860)

Early and Ecclesiastical Art, Engineering, Civil, Engineering, Mechanical, Fine Art, Mining, Surveying, Etc., to which are Added Explanatory Observations on Numerous Subjects Connected with Practical Art and Science by John Weale

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Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

Harrogate, Ilkley, Askern, and Croft are the principal inland health. resorts of the county; Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington, and Whitby take the lead on the coast. The public works of Y. rank with the finest in the kingdom. Among them are the Aire ...

Google previewThe New Yorkshire Gazetteer, Or Topographical Dictionary (1828)

by Stephen Reynolds Clarke

AsKERN, W. R. (8) or AsKRON, a township in the parish of Campsall, wapentake of Osgoldcross, 7 miles N.W. from Doncaster; inhabitants, 159. Here is a piece of water covering seven acres, called Askern Pool, abounding in fish, and which ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1853)

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ASKERN, a place six miles from Doncaster in Yorkshire, noted for its sulphureous springs. ASKEW, or Ascue, Anne, one of the numerous victims to the cause of the Reformation in the year preceding the death of the tyrant Henry VIII., was a ...

Google previewDictionary of Geography, Descriptive, Physical, Statistical, and Historical, Forming a Complete General Gazetteer of the World (1853)

by Alexander Keith Johnston

AsKERN, or AsKERNE, a township of England, co. York, W. Riding, pa. Campsall , 7 m. N. by W. Doncaster, and resorted to by visiters for the sake of its sulphur baths. Area 800 ac., Pop. 468. In the vicinity is Conisborough castle. AsKERsUND ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1853)

Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature

ASKERN, a place six miles from Doncaster in Yorkshire, noted for its sulphureous springs. ASKEW, or Ascu E, ANNE, one of the numerous victims to the cause of the Reformation in the year preceding the death of the tyrant Henry VIII., was a ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædia Britannica, or, Dictionary of arts, sciences, and general literature (1853)

ASKERN, a place six miles from Doncaster in Yorkshire, noted for its sulphureous springs. ASKEW, or Ascue, Anne, one of the numerous victims to the caiise of the Reformation in the year preceding the death of the tyrant Henry VIII, was a lady ...

Google previewCambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary (2011)

by Daniel Jones

la:n Askern 'as.k3:n, -k9n, ...

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