The Boiler. My theory with the dings and the crazed lacquer around the autofill probe port is that they realised they had to change the alignment to prevent the probe bottoming out on the HX tube. So they resorted to a Birmingham Screwdriver. Perfectly fine, if it's not an objet d'art in a glass case.
Similar heavy-handed treatment on the TS pipes. I didn't do it, I swear!
Machining the flange for the brew boiler
All sealed up
Relocated pressurestat and safety valve to make room for the new boiler
additional pipes fabricated and ready to run it up and bleed the air
skimming a tiny bit off the sleeve to fit the shower properly
small difference in the stack height of the spring / piston in the Londinium configuration of the CMA group (Londinium on the left). To the right is the '11 bar' spring, actually measures 9 bar, the Londinium 7.5.