OK, not quite in the same league but you can see the back of the organ console of Derby Cathedral here:
Quite a few of the cathedrals have been street-viewed inside, it turns out - Lincoln, Norwich, Canterbury, Derby, Gloucester, Durham and possibly others (not Ely, St Paul's, York, Carlisle, Southwell or Salisbury if that saves anyone some time!)
Oh, hijack away by all means: it's not as though I'm trying to answer any serious academic questions! I will make sure I stuff my face with assess the pork pies next time I'm in Beverley.
Still interested in any organ-related Google-Street-view nuggets though if anyone has come across them!
Thanks for posting those wonderful pictures of one of my all time favourite buildings - I have known Beverley Minster all my life. The late Peter Fletcher, the Minster organist, gave me my first 'cello lesson and I have played 'continuo' in there so many times (usually in the freezing cold!!!)
And the pictures of the 'Crumbs Deli' reminds me of things that I miss about the UK - 'Hand raised Pork Pies with cranberry'!!!!
Sorry to hijack your thread! - but Beverley Minster (and pork pies!!) means so much to me!!
Is Beverley Minster the only organ-loft to have been mapped on Google Street View?
(Edited to add: unless I'm mistaken that's the Buxtehude Jig Fugue on the music desk! Anyone know who's playing? He looks justifiably pleased with himself!)