Here's Dave working at the 'new' Harrison...
...mind you, the pics are from about ten years ago.
The 'old' Harrison is in the background and the Rossi-Vo mill can partially be seen to the left. The 'Grinder section' of the workshop is in the background too.
Dave bought the 'new' Harrison so augment the 'old' partially because it has a 127-tooth gear within its workings which would enable him to screwcut metric threads, even though he's simply not a fan of metric.
It's not unusual to see some pretty fancy gear at Dave's for finishing-off or repair, this was from the same era:
Not in the picture, but off to the left is the Welding bay with various gas bottles and electric welding equipment, the bench with legs from Peugeot torque tubes (leftovers from the materials sourced for Bob Stevens' building of the doomed Commodore, they formed the cases for the airjacks) while to the right the steel racks can be seen in the corner, there's a mezzanine floor above the office for more storage, the new big lathe is now installed just to the right of the BRM alongside the old 'big lathe' and the power hacksaw.
All around, of course, are shelves and cupboards for the multitudes of bits and pieces, potions and tooling to be sourced as needed for any job in the works.
Edited by Ray Bell, 10 January 2016 - 23:24.