Peter Clarke mentions Norman Kendall's self-built organ, which is
a good looking and fun instrument that is built into a trailer so
it can be seen by a wide range of enthusiasts. It is certainly
a very good modern reproduction of the classic Decap machines.
I can remember three real Decap robot organs that appeared at one
time or another around Great Britain:
1. A three-robot organ at Turners Musical Merry-go-round, with the
drummer in the centre. This is featured on the record GRS 1132 by
Grosvenor Records of Birmingham, B20 3NP. Turners closed down many
years ago and I do not know where this organ is now.
2. The "Blue Angel" robot organ was owned for a few years by Graham
Whitehead and was presented at his Ashorne Hall establishment. This
has the drummer to the left. I believe he imported it from mainland
Europe. After Graham's unfortunate early death the organ was sold to
the Krughoff collection, where I believe it still is.
3. The well known Glasgow shop owner Alex Duman had a two-robot organ
which made its public appearance in the foyer of John Gresham's Penny
Arcadia museum at Pocklington in Yorkshire. After John's death and
the closure of the museum, I believe this organ went to Australia.
Best wishes from the UK,