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The 1870 TC Lewis organ at St Peter Vauxhall before restoration

The organ is by T.C.Lewis, almost unaltered except for the loss of the swell box in the 1970s.  Unusually the Swell was at the front of the organ, facing backwards, so it will not be replaced.  It looks as if the organ was built for a room with a low ceiling, or perhaps it was a standard organ, though Peter Howell tells me that Mrs de L’Hopital thought the case was designed by J.F.Bentley, famous for designing Westminster Cathedral