As readers of this blog know, Royal Enfield had an underground factory in Westwood, first used during World War II to produce precision work and then housing all production of the Interceptors when the Redditch factory closed. In addition to this factory, Royal Enfield had other factories in nearby Bradford-on-Avon to support the underground efforts. We found the one in the old brewery, currently an apartment complex. But we could not locate the one in Greenland Mills. Google street view does not go there, and Google satellite just shows residential housing. Now we have found that after Enfield vacated the factory, it was occupied by Marcos Cars. Through their fan history page we found a picture of the factory that sort of looks the part, comparing it to the old picture of our first post. It caught fire in 1995 and the picture is after the fire. Presumably it was torn down afterwards to make space for the housing development there present today.