A similar facility was also installed in the company's shadow factory at South Marston by the end of 1940.
For the full set of references (including German shadow factories) see the Catalogue below:
The company also built a new factory at Swindon, and opened several other shadow factories around the country producing munitions.
In 1940 a shadow factory was set up at Weston-super-Mare for the production of Beaufighters.
It acted as a shadow factory, safe from the reach of German bombers.
Along with the shadow factory, this helped to re-establish the company's aeronautical engineering division.
The Bristol company and its shadow factories produced 20,700 examples of the engine.
The main Castle Bromwich factory was also aided by a smaller number of the shadow factories.
The company established a shadow factory, to produce the essential new technology radar equipment.
Lucas Industries set up shadow factories, producing a wide range of electrical parts for the war effort.