Stanton Hall, near Nottingham, 2/9 (H). An untouched, but unplayable, instrument lying neglected in a comparatively small house which is now an old people's home. Most of the organ is under the stairs, with pedal pipes disguised behind panelling nearby. The client here was the electrical engineer C.R. Crompton, of Crompton-Parkinson Electric Motors and British Organ Blowers fame. One wonders whether British Organ Blowers was founded in response to problems related to this residence organ. -- Roll-Operated Player Pipe Organ Census, Rowland Lee, Mechannical Music Digest Archives, 12 Oct 2010; accessed 16 Feb 2021.
The house is on the real estte market and closed. The organ was removed to storage by Carl Heslop for relocation to a private residence in the North of England.
House exterior: Photograph from an archival source: real estate photo, submitted by Paul R. Marchesano. Taken approx. c. 2021
Pipework under stairs: Photograph by Carl Heslop, submitted by Paul R. Marchesano. Taken on 2021-02-15
Console removed, side view: Photograph by Carl Heslop, submitted by Paul R. Marchesano. Taken on 2021-02-15