The 1992 Rieger Organ in St Giles Cathedral.
The Cathedral sits on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile about two thirds of the way up from The Palace of Holyroodhouse to Edinburgh Castle.
The present St Giles organ was built in 1992 by the Austrian firm of Rieger Orgelbau, in consultation with Herrick Bunney and Peter Hurford. The instrument, with its distinctive case of Austrian oak designed by Douglas Laird, stands in the South Transept.
Fabulous day out with my cousin Sheila and her partner Harry in Edinburgh. They were excellent guides.
Took far too many photos and this was one straight from the camera to the phone purely for a quick blip.
Totally knackered .... Take care everyone.