Inside the organ chamber

Members of St James's congregation and visitors to the church will probably be familiar with a somewhat distant view of the organ on the north side of the chancel as shown above. Only an intrepid few, however, will have ventured into the interior of the instrument, behind the console. Here can be seen metal and wooden pipes of many shapes and sizes.

There are 35 photos for this gallery.
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Lilies and foliage were painted in cream and gold on the pedal pipes in 1894, with the real gold leaf used being specially supplied by the Admiralty Lilies and foliage were painted in cream and gold on the pedal pipes in 1894, with the real gold leaf used being specially supplied by the Admiralty Lilies and foliage were painted in cream and gold on the pedal pipes in 1894, with the real gold leaf used being specially supplied by the Admiralty
Metal and wooden organ pipes Wooden organ pipes Organ pipes and shutters
Metal and wooden organ pipes Metal organ pipes Metal organ pipes
Metal organ pipes Metal organ pipes Metal organ pipes
Metal organ pipes Metal organ pipes Metal and wooden organ pipes
Metal organ pipes Metal organ pipes Bernie, the organ restorer, in the organ chamber
The wiring behind the organ stops Pipe ranks that make up the 'choir' Pipe ranks that make up the 'choir'
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