There was (is?) a place in London called the Exchange that used a remarkable system modded by Tim DeParavacini. The guy there was John Dent. I know Dent has left and taken some of the gear and set up in the west of Bath, and still advertises vinyl mastering but I'm not sure whether the DeParavacini lathe went with him or stayed at the Exchange, which also still does lacquers.
The Exchange cuts from analogue tape on a regular basis: http://www.exchangemastering.co.uk/services.html I haven't cut there for years, but from what I understand, the owner, Graham, has extended his collection of vintage pieces in recent times and the place is festooned with rare and unusual gear (not that it always gets used - the mainstay is still T de P's EAR from what I understand).
If you want to know how dedicated they are to analogue tape, bear in mind that Kitty, Daisy and Lewis (do yourself a favour and check them out on Youtube - there's hope for the nation's youth) are the kids of Graham (he also plays in the band): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitty_Daisy_%26_Lewis It could be said that analogue is a lifestyle to them.
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Kitty, Daisy and Lewis do not use computers or any digital format during the recording process.
Dent left The Exchange in the '90s and runs 'Loud Mastering' - http://www.loudmastering.com/news_and_clients.htm
Dent's cuts have always struck me as having a distinctive delicacy and detail to them, so I'm not too sure about the branding of 'Loud'... He seems to be going from strength to strength, though.