Ely (disambiguation)

Ely (disambiguation)

Ely is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England.

Ely or ELY may also refer to:

In places:

In the United Kingdom to:
* Ely, Cardiff, a suburb of Cardiff, Wales
* Ely Place, a road in London
* The Isle of Ely, a historic region around the city of Ely
* River Ely, a river in Wales
* Taff-Ely, a defunct local government district in Wales

In the United States to the following cities or townships:
* Ely, Minnesota
* Ely, Iowa
* Ely Township, Michigan
* Ely, Nevada
* Ely Shoshone Indian Reservation, near Ely, Nevada

In transportation:
* El Al, an airline with ICAO airline designator ELY
* Ely Airport, also known as Yelland Field, has IATA code ELY
* Ely railway station, an English railway station that has National Rail code ELY
* Elyria (Amtrak station), an Ohio rail station, which has Amtrak station code ELY

In organisations:
* Diocese of Ely, a Church of England diocese in the Province of Canterbury
* Callaway Golf, a company that has NYSE code ELY

See also

* Ely (surname), for people with the surname Ely or names that refer to Ely
* Ely-Criglar House, a historic site in Marianna, Florida
* Ely Professor of Divinity, a professorship at the University of Cambridge
* Ely Racecourse, a racecourse in Cardiff (UK)
* Eley
* Ili

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