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This organ was rebuilt by Derek Verso. It takes the form of a split case in the back gallery of the church, with an electric console in the centre.
Stops marked "*" are derived from a single bourdon rank
Stops marked "+" are derived from a single principal rank
This is a small two manual organ by Peter Conacher, situated in the gallery at the rear of the church. It was built in 1908 at the same time as the gallery and was restored in 1986. At this time the Swell reed was replaced (presumably by the Nazard 2 2/3). However, it is impossible to tell which stops are old and new as all the stop-faces are new of 1986. There is a weighted hitch-down swell pedal and two composition pedals.
One of the more unusual features of Wexford is the twin churches in Rowe Street and Bride Street. In the same spirit, two identical organs were installed in the churches by Telford in 1858. The organ of Bride Street has remained unaltered and was the subject of a historical restoration by Keneth Jones in 1987; that in Rowe Street has been altered over the years and further work was recently completed by Walkers.