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    Nice photos Mr B, Looks like you got all the main area mate, I still need to see the wooden stairs at the main entrance which I plan to get this year. I absolutely love this place, so much to see. Every time I go i see something new.

    Dugie


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilot View Post
    Very unusual organ. It seems to have theatre organ style colour coded stop tabs. Unusual construction for an instrument of this type. I do t suppose you noticed a makers plaque?
    Sorry was a little rushed for time/distracted

    Cheers peoples

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