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Darlinghurst
St John's Anglican Church, Darlinghurst Road
William Hill & Son 1885 Job. no.1928 (3/34 electro-pneumatic)
Former First Church of Christ Scientist, cnr Forbes and Liverpool Streets, Darlinghurst
J.E. Dodd, Adelaide, 1927
Addition 1929 Hill, Norman & Beard (Aust.) Pty Ltd
3 manuals, 39 speaking stops, tubular-pneumatic action
Rebuilt 1937 Whitehouse Bros, Brisbane
Addition 1961 [?Whitehouse Bros, Brisbane]
Overhauled 1979 Pitchford & Garside, Sydney
3 manuals, 40 speaking stops, electro-pneumatic action

SCEGGS Darlinghurst, 215 Forbes Street, Darlinghurst

GREAT HALL ORGAN: Whitehouse Bros, Brisbane, 1930, for the Methodist Church, Chatswood
2 manuals, 17 speaking stops, 7 couplers, tubular-pneumatic action
Restored 1997 Pitchford & Garside, Sydney
Electrified, enlarged and removed to current location 2004 Darrell Pitchford, Sydney
2 manuals, 20 speaking stops, 7 couplers, electro-pneumatic action

FIRST CHAPEL ORGAN: G.F. Hopkins, after 1926; completed 1935 T.C. Edwards, Sydney
2 manuals, 11 speaking stops, 6 couplers, tubular-pneumatic action
Removed 1982

PRESENT CHAPEL ORGAN: Orgues Létourneau Ltée, Quebec, Canada, 1982, Op. 4
2 manuals, 10 speaking stops, mechanical action


Congregational Church, Bourke Street
Forster & Andrews 1887 (2/20 mechanical)
see Galston Uniting Church
Darling Point
St Mark's Anglican Church, cnr Darling Point Road and Greenoaks Avenue
Orgues Létourneau Ltée 2004 (3/38 electric)
'Swifts', Darling Point Road
Built 1885 and enlarged 1888 (addition of second manual)
Fincham & Hobday, Adelaide for the Congregational Church, Gawler, SA
Removed to storage at Williamstown, SA c.1976
Restored and installed at 'Swifts' 2016 Hargraves Pipe Organs Pty Ltd
2 manuals, 12 speaking stops, 3 couplers, mechanical action
Darlington
Old Darlington School, Music Department, University of Sydney
K. Smenge 1982 (1/4 mechanical)
Relocated to the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, September 2015
Dee Why
St John's Anglican Church, cnr Oaks Avenue and Avon Road
Roger H. Pogson 1968 (2/6 extension electro-pneumatic)
2014 enlarged with electronic additions by Ian Sell of Virtual Pipe Organs, Australia
Denistone
Merlin Residence
No further details currently available
Denistone East
ST DUNSTAN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Lovell Road
B. c.1910 Charles Richardson. Inst. with alterations c.1953 from All Saints' Anglican Church, Moree
(re-cased and swell box removed)
2m., 7 sp.st., 2c., tr. Man I: 8 divided.4.4.2. Man II: 8.8. Ped: 16.
Drummoyne
Uniting Church (formerly Methodist), 34 College Street
W.L.Roberts 1928 (2/14 tubular-pneumatic)
Grimm Memorial Presbyterian Church, cnr. Lyons Road & College Street
B.1912 Charles Richardson for Gunnedah Christ Church Anglican Church;
inst. present location 1913
2m. 8 sp.st., 3c., tr. Gt: 8.8.8.4. Sw: 8.8.8. Ped: 16.
Community of Christ, Victoria Road
(formerly Re-Organised Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)

B. unknown. Reb. c.1960 S.T. Noad & Son. 2m., 5 rks. ext., 4c., el.mag.
Later electronic additions to pedal division.
ST BEDE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Church Street
B. 1907 Charles Richardson; cost £218.6/. Additions 1924 (Oboe and swell octave couplers)
Reb. & inst. present church S.T. Noad & Son with addition of Hohlflute and Pedal Flute
Res. 1960 S.T. Noad & Son with addition of Cornopean and tubular-pneumatic action to swell
Res. 1979 J.W. Walker & Sons (Australia)
2m., 14 sp.st., 5c.p tr. & tub.pn. Gt: 8.8.8.8.4.2. Sw: 8.8.8.4.8.8. Ped: 16.8.
Dulwich Hill

Holy Trinity Anglican Church, cnr Herbert and Seaview Streets
Charles Richardson 1902, rebuilt & enlarged Brown and Arkley 1974
2 manuals, 21 speaking stops, electro-pneumatic action

BAPTIST CHURCH, Macarthur Parade
B. 1956 S.T. Noad & Son. Tonal alterations 1979 Brown & Arkley
2m., 8 sp.st., 8c., el.pn. Gt: 8.8.4. Sw: 8.4.8. Ped: 16.8.
UNITING (PRESBYTERIAN) CHURCH, Constitution Road.
B. 1959 J.P. Eagles. 2m., 3 rks. ext., el.mag.
Congregational Church, cnr. New Canterbury Road and Lewisham Street
B. unknown [William Davidson?] Inst. 1903 Charles Richardson from Presbyterian Church,
Pitt Street, Sydney? Moved to Congregational Church, Railway Street, Petersham c. 1971
Pitchford and Garside, but not erected. 2m., 7 sp. st., 3c., tr.
Gt: 8.8 divided.8. Sw: 8 divided.8.4. Ped: 16
Uniting (Methodist) Church, New Canterbury Road
B. 1927 C. W. Leggo. Broken up c. 1977; some parts to J. Waters, remainder in storage.
2m., 13 sp. st., 5c., tub. pn. Gt: 8.8.8.4.8. Sw: 8.8.8.8.4.8. Ped: 16.8.

 

 

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