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The town of Ashton-under-Lyne, in Greater Manchester, has about 46,000 inhabitants.
The Church of St. Michael and All Angels was built in the 15th century on a spot where there previously was a church in Saxon times. Fine 15th-century glass pictures Sir John Ashton and his family and five other beautiful windows give the history of St Helena and her discovery of the True Cross.
The Portland Basin Museum has a peaceful canal side setting and inside it brings the sights and sounds of bygone Tameside to life down the mines, on the farm or at home.
The Museum of the Manchester Regiment gives an account of the soldiers over two centuries of service.
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