Located in the Greenbank area of Bristol, the site dates back to 1881 and had many names & owners previous to Elizabeth Shaw. The site closed in October 2006 and has hevily deteriorated in years that followed. For an excellent history and some pictures of what it looked like before the subsequent demise check out sinnermans excellent report here

The site has featured as a location in the Bristol based TV program, Casualty, several times since its closure

4 Comments

  • Meltdown: 10 Semi-Sweet Abandoned Chocolate Factories | Urbanist, August 3, 2014 @ 18:01

    […] Shaw has really let herself go. The Elizabeth Shaw chocolate factory in Bristol, UK, opened in 1881 and closed in late 2006 ostensibly due to its machinery needing a […]

  • tumbles, April 2, 2013 @ 08:45

    It’s wreaked to a inch of its life.

  • Ian Buton, March 30, 2013 @ 17:49

    My First Full Peek here in through the Fence to see Inside Now It closes,
    Is it Flat Broke?

  • paolo murgia, April 5, 2010 @ 18:59

    I am so sad about LEAF UK. I used to work there in the 90’s. Elizabeth Shaw famous names is an important part of my life. Ciao to all my workmates.

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