Updated through online information from Joe McCabe. -- The building has been remodeled and carved into office space and is now called The Nottingham-Spirk Innovation Center. The organ remains installed at the front of the room. The organ is barely playable via a MIDI player added by an unknown person just following the recent rehab and expansion. The organ sustained damage during construction and is in very rough shape.
Updated through online information from Joe McCabe.
Updated through online information from Leek Pipe Organ Company. -- In the 70s the organ was kept up by a group of church members. Following, there was a restoration by the Leek Pipe Organ Company in the original way. However, an unknown builder at some point removed the original console and replaced it with a Klann console. There was a Mixture added and pipes disconnected. John Leek installed new relays in the late 70s.
Identified from company publications as edited and expanded in The Hook Opus List 1829-1935, ed. William T. Van Pelt (Organ Historical Society, 1991).