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Shows the location of an organ. Shows an organ with a Historic Organ Certificate.
Markers show the location of the building when a six figure OS grid reference is available but otherwise the marker is at the origin of the 1Km square in which the place is located.
Placing the mouse over a marker will cause the name of the building to be displayed. Where a number of buildings have the same grid reference only the last one will be displayed.
The map can be zoomed and panned using the controls at the top left or by double clicking the point you wish to zoom in on.
The British Institute of Organ Studies(BIOS) owns the NPOR, the Historic Organ Sound Archive (HOSA), the Directory of British Organ Builders (DBOB) and the British Organ Archive (BOA). The content and hosting of the NPOR are managed under an agreement with the Royal College of Organists (RCO).
Please make a donation! The NPOR is a free service provided by BIOS for everyone interested in the organ and its history. Our charitable organisation must find nearly £8,500 annually to run this service and to keep the database on line for you. We badly need help in covering this cost, and we ask all users of NPOR to make a donation that reflects the amount of use and the value you put on it. A donation of just 50p for each use would be very helpful. All individual donations, however small, will be gratefully received by BIOS. Even better, please consider signing up for regular donations and thus help to secure the future of NPOR. For more information and to donate, please click here.