Work completed in 2013

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace (3 manuals, 33 stops)

Case by Gibbons and some pipework by Shrider 1712; organ by Hill 1857/99, substantially altered since.

Overhaul with alterations to 33 stops.

 

 

 

Actions

Pipework

Islington, Union Chapel

Islington, Union Chapel

Union Chapel, Islington (3 manual, 37 stops)

This is a fine organ built by Willis in 1877, with minor alterations including the enclosure of the Choir Organ.

The organ has been fully restored, and the water engines have been brought back into service. The Choir enclosure was removed but the other alterations  have been retained.  All work has been done to strict restoration standards and we are producing photographic and written records.

 

 

Dismantling

Console

Actions

Soundboard & Chests

Pipework

Wind System

Wigton organ (pre work)

St Mary’s Church, Wigton (2 manual, 13 stops)

Overhaul and releathering of actions.

 

 

 

 

Console

Actions

Soundboards & Chests

Pipework

Wind System

 

 

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