The 1999 Reil organ in the Bovenkerk, Kampen, The Netherlands. I love the en chamade sprouting out near the top like fireworks, and the 3 little towers. I admit I have no idea what they're for, if other than decorative.
The Newberry Memorial Organ is among the largest & most notable orchestral organs in North America. Located in Woolsey Hall at Yale University, the organ contains 197 ranks & 166 stops comprising 12,617 pipes. It is one of the largest organs in the world. The first Woolsey Hall organ was built by the Hutchings-Votey Organ Co. of Boston in 1902. The instrument was expanded to its current configuration & size in 1927-1928 by the Skinner Organ Company of Boston as Skinner(Op. 722).