Updated through online information from don belben.
Correction to information given earlier: We had originally been told that the Great Diapason 8' had been replaced with a larger scale rank ca 1950, but during the 200th anniversary of church in March 2016, we found the 1924 dedication booklet of "new" organ which clearly shows the existing Diapason rank in facade, so a replacement rk ca 1950 is incorrect
Identified through on-line information from don belben. -- This instrument is a rebuild of an earlier tracker instrument. Ca. 1950 the console was moved from the right side nave floor to the chancel on right side. Also the Great "Principal" was evidently changed to a rather large scale Diapason rank, which now covers the large arch in front of the main pipe chamber. The divisions are Great, Swell, Choir, Pedal and Echo/Antiphonal (8 rks). This rear division, I am told, may have once been a separate, free-standing organ located in the balcony, with its own manual . (w/ tracker action)