Identified through on-line information from Michael S. Monaghan. -- The console control system was converted to solid state in the late 80s by Crossan & Savage of Cedars, PA. I believe it was 1993 that the congregation sold the Norristown property and moved a few miles north to the suburb of Fairview Village. They moved the organ with them. A chamber was created out of attic space at the rear of the sanctuary. The console was placed up front in a well in the chancel. Since my arrival last year, we've freed it from those unfriendly confines and repaired the floor to accomodate a rapidly growing choir.
Steven Sykes (now president of Crossan & Savage) supervised the installation, assisted by parish members with trades skills. The Gallery organ (roughly a third of the original pipework) was carefully laid into trays and stored onsite in a secure location. The Chancel organ is intact, safe, and well maintained. The installation is less than ideal, but it serves the purpose for now.
Due to Trinity's steady growth at the Fairview site, we've entered into a capital campaign aimed at the construction of a new liturgical space on our property, with groundbreaking anticipated within two years. Opus 7700 will be architecturally (and musically) integrated into the new space.