Thanks Makani. Most cathedrals have the roof and pillars perfectly aligned. This place had the roof at an angle and wasn't perfectly aligned. So it was either a choice of having the pillars perfectly aligned or have the roof aligned. I decided to take the point of view where the ceiling was perfectly centre instead of the pillars.
Nah I was visiting via train and didn't have much time at all. I had a quick google of Wakefield but couldn't find anything else architecture wise during the quick search. Most of my visits are via train which means I am usually time restricted and have to plan well in advance of what to do and where to go.
A visit to my page will show my interest in Theatre Pipe Organs. However, I also enjoy Classical Pipe Organs. I even have a soft spot for electronic instruments, too, though they cannot compare with their windblown counterparts.
I went through your entire gallery. Though I saw excellent shots at Blackpool, I saw no Mighty WurliTzer. The organ I did see was a Wesi electronic instrument. The WurliTzer console was low on its lift below stage level and thus was out of view.