Pipe organ production finished in 1964 when the division was sold to Rushworth and Dreaper of Liverpool which included the transfer of tuning staff and stock. This involved instruments that had already been completed. Therefore, it was not unusual to see new instruments originally built by Compton to be installed at new locations post 1964.
One such example is Eccles Congregational Church in Manchester which was built in 1969. The organ installed by Rushworth and Dreaper was first built in around 1963 by Compton and is their rare 'Augmentum' model.