|Region||Co. Dublin - County|
|Uploaded by||Matthew Breen|
Situated just off the narrow road between the once-rural villages of Stepaside and Kilternan in south County Dublin, the parish church of Kilternan is the smallest in the collection of remarkably similar Anglican church buildings designed by John Semple (see Whitechurch, Rathmines, Donnybrook, Tallaght and "The Black Church").
The organ was installed - along with a new gallery - in 1908. Trevor Crowe carried out a restoration in 1986, making a number of tonal changes in the process.
The swell-pedal remains weighted and there are two composition pedals.
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