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Skerton is a region in the north of Lancaster, England. It was formerly a township, but in the late 1800s it was incorporated into Lancaster and the neighbouring townships.
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Other names by which Skerton, Lancashire has been known in the past
Skerton, Lancashire in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Skerton, township, Lancaster par., N. Lancashire, on the river Lune, forming a N. suburb of Lancaster, 1316 ac. (55 water), pop. 2838; P.O.; a handsome 5-arched bridge unites Skerton with Lancaster.
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