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Stepney - St Mary, Whitechapel III; 22ss; 1374 pipes; Schrider 1715; Swell by England & Russell; Greater London 68
Stepney, Spa Fields Chapel III 13ss; 794 pipes; Bridge; II; H Russell 1796 Swell & Choir bass added; Trumpet added in 1812 Greater London 61
Stepney, St Dunstan now III; 24ss; 1550 pipes; Harris 1750; II;19ss; 1202 pipes; enlarged 1807 by Hugh Russell; Greater London 52
Stepney, St George III; 25ss; 1599 pipes; Bridge 1733; a very fine organ Greater London 23
Stoke Newington, St Mary I; 6ss; 420 pipes; England 1806; Greater London 112
Strand, St Clement Danes IIIP; 22ss; 1536 pipes; Schmidt; repaired Russell 1804; Greater London 84
Strand, St Mary le Strand I + Swell; 14ss; 673 pipes n.b; 1790; not a very good organ, part new and part old Greater London 33
Streatham Chapel II; 15ss; begun by Avery for a Chamber; completed by Lincoln 1813; shifting movement; Greater London 200
Temple Church III; 22ss; 1573 pipes; Father Schmidt 1687; the finest organ in London Central London 44
Theatre Oratorio Organ, Covent Gdn I; 8ss; 552 pipes Allen 1810; Westminster 80
Ulm Cathedral (?Minster) notes only Overseas 194
Wandsworth PC II; 13ss; 808 pipes; Greater London 60
Wanstead (Essex) PC II; 11ss; 677 pipes; Lincoln 1802; Beyond London 187
Wapping, St John III; 18ss; 1001 pipes; n.b; n.d; Drum to D; Greater London 30
Warwick Street RC Chapel, Solo III; 15ss; 956 pipes; Lincoln n.d; Swell added 1804 by Green & Blythe; Westminster 132

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