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Ellon Castle and gardens

Historic ruined castle remains, formerly Fortalice of Ardgith, focal point within a formal walled garden in Ellon

Elsecar

Former mining village in South Yorkshire, six miles north of Rotherham and six south of Barnsley.

Elsecar Collieries

Collieries in South Yorkshire owned by the Wentworth Fitzwilliams from the late-18th century.

Elsecar engine

Steam-driven Newcomen-type atmospheric pumping engine still in its original engine house at Elsecar near Barnsley. Designed by John Bargh of Chesterfield, the engine, is based on one invented by Thomas Newcomen in 1712.

Elspeth Reoch

Scottish woman who confessed to witchcraft and deceiving islanders by pretending she was mute.

Emery GT

The Emery GT was the first Hillman Imp-based kit car.

Emic and etic

Emic and etic are terms used to describe two different kinds of field research in a wide field of studies, from the view of the insider or the observer respectively.

Emily Ford

Emily Susan Ford (1850–1930), artist and campaigner for women’s rights, was born into a Quaker family in Leeds. She trained as an artist at the Slade School of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy.

Emma Lister-Kaye

Colliery owner in Overton near Wakefield in the West Riding of Yorkshire from 1871 until 1905.

English Mechanic

UK’s first kit car, 1900.