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Mamod

Made in UK

Founded in 1937 in Birmingham (UK) by Geoffrey Malins. The name Mamod is derived from MAlins MODels. Mamod started life making a range of steam engines for sale under the Hobbies brand. These were to replace the Bowman models. Mamod then started selling their engines under their own name and are still going strong.

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Mamod FE1


Mamod ME1


Mamod ME2


Mamod ME3


Mamod Minor 1 (1939)


Mamod Minor 1 (1975)


Mamod Minor 2 (1948)


Mamod Minor 2 (1978)


Mamod SA1 Steam Roadster


Mamod SE1 Stationary (1937)


Mamod SE1 Stationary (1946)


Mamod SE1 Stationary (1958)


Mamod SE2 Stationary (1936)


Mamod SE2 Stationary (1948)


Mamod SE2 Stationary (1953)


Mamod SE2 Stationary (1954)


Mamod SE2a Stationary


Mamod SE3 stationary (1937)


Mamod SE3 Twin Cylinder Stationary


Mamod SE4 Twin Cylinder Stationary


Mamod Showman's engine


Mamod SL6 Locomotive


Mamod SP1 Overtype Stationary


Mamod SP2 Overtype Stationary


Mamod SP2 (UM&OSF limited edition)


Mamod SP3 Meccano engine


Mamod SP4 Stationary


Mamod SP5 Twin Cylinder Stationary


Mamod SP6 piston valve stationary


Mamod SR1 Steam Road Roller


Mamod SW1 Steam Wagon


Mamod TE1 Traction Engine


Meccano steam engine