Linfield, Pennsylvania facts for kids
|Village of Linfield|
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Located on the Reading Railroad line to Philadelphia, Linfield was the industrial hub of Limerick Township into the 1960s. Kinseys Distillery, Sanitary Corporation of America and Trinley Mill provided the industrial base for the area.
The area called Linfield was originally known as Limerick Station. In 1884 there was an attempt to incorporate the area as a Borough.
The Continental Army marched through Linfield during the Campaign of 1777.
Linfield is located at(40.2101520, -75.5701920). The village lies on the northern banks of the Schuylkill River across from Parker Ford.
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