As mentioned elsewhere, the Compton 'Miniatura' model instruments were highly popular in that they provided excellent value of money and far less space required than an instrument of the same number of stops built on the conventional lines.  They were particular popular for the small church or chapel such as here at Central Ecumenical Church in Maesteg near Bridgend, Wales.  

The specification reads:

Sub Bass 16' 
Flute 8' 
Great to Pedal 
Solo to Pedal 

Tenordon 16' 
Diapason 8' 
Gemshorn 8' 
Hohl Flute 8' 
Octave 4' 
Gemshorn 4' 
Fifteenth 2' 
Super Octave 2' 

Contra Flute 16' 
Diapason 8' 
Gemshorn 8' 
Hohl Flute 8' 
Gemshorn 4' 
Flute 4' 
Nazard 2.2/3' 
Flautino 2' 

3 thumb pistons to Great 
3 thumb pistons to Solo 
1 reverse thumb piston - Great to Pedal 
1 reverse thumb piston - Solo to Pedal 
1 balanced expression pedal - Diapason, Gemshorn and Flute 
1 balanced expression pedal - Crescendo 
Double touch canceller to each department