Updated through online information from David Hufford. -- The organ is installed in two chambers, those being the Tower and the Chancel. Chancel chamber is divided into Chancel Great and Chancel Swell, each separately under expression. There is no organ at the back of the room. The Antiphonal is a preparation that has never been installed, and no firm location for such a division has ever been established. Some portions of 1957 McManis pipework retained in 1997 Mander rebuild, most of this being located in the Chancel divisions. Majority of stops 2' and above are new, as are about half the reeds. Four digital Pedal stops (two 32' flues and two 16' flues) but 32' reed extension of Sw. Posaune is pipes. Organ has five enclosed divisions, with expression operated from three shoes on console (not counting Crescendo).
Updated through online information from Mark Funk. -- I question the submission by Stephen Hall that states that the organ speaks from the back of the room. The bulk of the organ speaks from under the carillon, behind the non-speaking Skinner facade. There are some chancel great and swell pipes as well. The antiphonal was not operational last year. I also updated the piston situation.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Great, Swell, Choir, Solo and Pedal are in chambers at the rear of the room with non-speaking original Skinner pipes in facade, Console and choir stalls are in the chancel with Chancel Great, Chancel Swell and Chancel Pedal divisions. Organ is in regular use for services and concerts/recitals (2007).
The original builder was Skinner Organ Co. (1925, Opus567).
Status Note: There 1997
New 4m console, mostly slider windchests, winding, etc. 74 stops in west tower, 22 stop chancel organ.