This is a rebuild of an existing organ. Identified by John Igoe, using information from this web site: http://www.thompson-allen.com/bristol/.
The organ, by the Harry Hall Organ Company, is the original one in the building. The pipes are in a second-floor chamber that has a tone-opening into the Chapel, concealed by a handsome organ screen of oak and ornamental pipes. Consisting of two manuals and pedals, all of the pipework of the organ is placed in a single chamber furnished with a set of swell shutters. Within the chamber are two main windchests for the Great and Swell divisions, in addition to a chest for the Pedal 16- Bourdon and another for the bass pipes belonging to the stops of the Great and Swell divisions.