After 90 years of continuous service, our blower engineers, Watkins and Watson, tell us that the time has come for its replacement. Following two rounds of major surgery over the past few years, it is now beyond repair. Reflecting the size of the instrument, it is an unusually large blowing plant, which is necessary in order to deliver the requisite quantities of wind at high pressures. (For the technically-minded, the lowest pressure on this instrument is 4″wg for the Choir Organ!) And so the organ, for the moment, is silent. We hope to be able to remedy this in the near future.