The Walker Organ

Restoration Stage Two

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Sunday, March 12, 2006 6:58 PM

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Remove the rest of the Makin Organ components from within the organ loft

The next stage is to remove the swell speakers ( which will require some scaffolding) and the sub woofer which will require several strong men over the Christmas period.

The Makin Amplifier will also have to be removed which will involved even more rewiring again.

The Walker pedalboard and its toe levers ( not really pistons)

A view from the north aisle side of the organ loft showing what the pipes look like fom the outside.

On the other side of the pipes it can be seen how this organ was orginally placed at another location before being moved to St Mary's. The pipes have slots cut into the rear to give the pipes actual size. the Pipe is bigger and designed to look symetrical rather than as it is today hidden by a wall.

The tiny access to the Walker organ, which is the need for the scaffolding to get the speakers down.

   
   
   

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