Address: Møllergata 30, 0179 Oslo, Norway
Oslo, Norway. It was built in 1883-84, and is home to the Norwegian congregation of the Church of England. The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Fulham on 27 July 1884.
The church has - despite its small size - the shape of a cathedral. It was designed by architect Paul Due and Bernhard Steckmest and is in yellow and red brick in a simple, neo-Gothic style. The church was restored in 1990, and the tower was then replaced with a new one of roughly the same shape and size as the original.
Builder: Wood of Huddersfield (UK) - circa 1980
|Division||Stop Name||Length (ft)|
|I - Great||Open Diapason||8|
|II - Swell (Enclosed)||Stopped Diapason||8|
RCO Pedalboard (concave/radiating)