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(This article is about the district of Bristol. For the stadium in Bristol, see Ashton Gate Stadium.) Ashton Gate is a suburb of Bristol, United Kingdom, in the Southville ward of Bristol City Council. A toll house at the western end of North Street still survives and indicates the origin of the area's name as a gate on the road to Ashton (now known as Long Ashton). Once part of the estate of the Smyth family of Ashton Court, the area had ironworks and collieries in the nineteenth century, also a tobacco factory and a brewery. There is still some manufacturing industry and retail parks and in 2003 the Bristol Beer Factory recommenced brewing in the former brewery site. Ashton Gate railway station closed in 1964.

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  • (This article is about the district of Bristol. For the stadium in Bristol, see Ashton Gate Stadium.) Ashton Gate is a suburb of Bristol, United Kingdom, in the Southville ward of Bristol City Council. A toll house at the western end of North Street still survives and indicates the origin of the area's name as a gate on the road to Ashton (now known as Long Ashton). Once part of the estate of the Smyth family of Ashton Court, the area had ironworks and collieries in the nineteenth century, also a tobacco factory and a brewery. There is still some manufacturing industry and retail parks and in 2003 the Bristol Beer Factory recommenced brewing in the former brewery site. Ashton Gate railway station closed in 1964.
  • Эштон Гейт (англ. Ashton Gate) — пригород Бристоля (Англия, Великобритания), административно относится к округу Саутвилль. Здание сборщика пошлин на западном конце улицы Норт-Стрит сохранилось до наших дней и указывает на происхождение названия пригорода. Будучи частью поместья Эштон Корт семейства Смит, район имел чугунолитейный завод и угольную шахту в 19 веке, а также табачную фабрику и пивоварню. Здесь до сих пор есть обрабатывающая промышленность и торговые парки и в 2003 году компания компания Bristol Beer Factory возобновила производство пива на участке прежней пивоварни. Железнодорожная станция Эштон Гейт закрыта в 1964 году.
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  • (This article is about the district of Bristol. For the stadium in Bristol, see Ashton Gate Stadium.) Ashton Gate is a suburb of Bristol, United Kingdom, in the Southville ward of Bristol City Council. A toll house at the western end of North Street still survives and indicates the origin of the area's name as a gate on the road to Ashton (now known as Long Ashton). Once part of the estate of the Smyth family of Ashton Court, the area had ironworks and collieries in the nineteenth century, also a tobacco factory and a brewery. There is still some manufacturing industry and retail parks and in 2003 the Bristol Beer Factory recommenced brewing in the former brewery site. Ashton Gate railway station closed in 1964. Major attractions in the area include Ashton Gate stadium, the home of professional football team Bristol City F.C. and Bristol Rugby, the shopping and leisure facilities of North Street, the Tobacco Factory theatre. Ashton Gate primary school serves the local pre-teen population. Whitemead House multi-storey council flats on Duckmoor Road, which overlook the Ashton Gate stadium, are notable for being the exterior filming location of the tower block where Delboy and Rodney lived in the BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses; these flats were used as their home's exterior after 1988.
  • Эштон Гейт (англ. Ashton Gate) — пригород Бристоля (Англия, Великобритания), административно относится к округу Саутвилль. Здание сборщика пошлин на западном конце улицы Норт-Стрит сохранилось до наших дней и указывает на происхождение названия пригорода. Будучи частью поместья Эштон Корт семейства Смит, район имел чугунолитейный завод и угольную шахту в 19 веке, а также табачную фабрику и пивоварню. Здесь до сих пор есть обрабатывающая промышленность и торговые парки и в 2003 году компания компания Bristol Beer Factory возобновила производство пива на участке прежней пивоварни. Железнодорожная станция Эштон Гейт закрыта в 1964 году. Основными аттракторами в районе являются стадион Эштон Гейт, домашний для профессиональной футбольной команды Bristol City F.C., торговые и развлекательные учреждения на Норт-Стрит, театр Tobacco Factory. Начальная школа Эштон Гейт обучает местных подростков.
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