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In the south transept is the magnificent Willis organ of 1899. Of cathedral proportions, it is the last major instrument to be personally built by "Father" Henry Willis, the master organ builder of the Victorian era. It contains over 2,000 pipes and is one of the finest examples of an unaltered late romantic Victorian organ in the country. The carved organ case is by the workshop of James Hedley of Newcastle. The choir stalls date from 1936 and are in memory of F. J. Livesey, organist and choirmaster 1887 - 1934.


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