Updated by Marilyn Polson, naming this as the source of information: Ed Boadway, October 2008 as part of the materials prepared for the October 2008 Vermont Chapter AGO Organ Tour..
There are no pedal pipes. The pedal is permanently coupled to the manual.
The free-standing pine case was fake-grained to imitate oak late in the 19th century, but was probably rosewood or walnut in 1846; the recessed keydesk, finished in walnut and mahogany veneer, has a hitchdown swell pedal that operates horizontal shades; the pedal keys are of the "toothpick" type; and the two wooden combination pedals are on the left.
The Open Diapason begins on GG and borrows 11 basses from the St. Diapason Bass; the Clarabella Treble is of open wood; the St. Diapason Treble has stopped wood basses through Tenor B and is then a metal chimney flute from Tenor C, with 5 open metal trebles; the Hautboy has no flue pipes.
The organ is the oldest known Hook instrument standing in its original location.
Status Note: There 1990
No pedal pipes, permanently coupled. G-compass., 58 notes, GGG-f3, no G#.