The Organ was originally built by H. Ainscough of Preston in 1888, rebuilt in 1975 by Pendlebury of Clevelys, and rebuilt in 2009 by Henry Willis and Sons Liverpool.

Great Organ

Double Open Diapason

Open Diapason I 

Open Diapason II          

Hohl Flute  

Harmonic Flute      

Principal       

Twelfth       

Fifteenth       

Mixture       

Trumpet     

Trompette**         

 

16
 8
 8
 8
 4
 4
 2

 2
 III & IV

 8

 8

Pedal Organ       

Resultant Bass    

Open Diapason   

Contra Bass        

Sub Bass   

Bourdon*    

Principal     

Bass Flute*

Quint*         

Octave Flute*      

Harmonics  

Trombone  

 

32
16
16
16
16

 8

 8

 5⅓

 4

32

16

       

Swell Organ       

Bourdon     

Open Diapason   

Flute*          

Salicional   

Voix Céleste                   

Principal     

Mixture       

Vox Humana       

Oboe 

Horn  

Clarion        

Sub Octave Reeds       

Sw Octave

Tremulant   

16
 8
 8
 8
 8
 4
 II & III
 8
 8
 8

 4

 

 

Swell to Great         Reversible thumb & toe

Swell to Choir         Reversible thumb & toe

Swell to Pedal        Reversible thumb & toe

Great to Pedal         Reversible thumb & toe

Choir to Pedal         Reversible thumb

Gt to Ped Combs           

 
       

Choir Organ       

Lieblich Gedackt  

Gamba       

Dulciana     

Flauto Traverso   

Salicet          

Piccolo       

Clarinet      

Trumpet (From Gt)        

Trompette (From Gt)**  

Choir Octave       

Tremulant   

8
8
8
4
4
2
8

8

8

 

Accessories:

6 Divisional thumb pistons to Sw, Gt and Ch

6 General thumb pistons

6 toe pistons to Ped and Sw

Reversible Thumb (Trompette)

250 levels of memory

Transposer  (-6/+6)

Full Midi capability

Advance and Retard for sequencer

     and stepper, both thumb & toe

Setter

General Cancel   

The console is detached from the instrument but is in a fixed position on the West-end gallery.

The tuning and maintenance of the instrument is entrusted to Willis and Sons of Liverpool

 
  * from Sw Bourdon ** prepared for