Victorian church organ rehomed in London Bridge station

An abandoned Victorian church organ now sits in London Bridge station for passengers commuting in and out of the capital to play.

Located in the arches of London Bridge station, the 1880s style, 250-pipe church organ was rehomed at London Bridge station in July by charity Pipe Up for Pipe Organs, a charity which rescues, old, abandoned church organs and rehomes them.  

Professional organist Anna Lapwood played at the official launch event on October 27th. Returning following her impromptu performance with Network Rail security worker Marcella De Gale in September, when the pair recently went viral after videos of them performing together at the station hit the internet.