BUCKET OF STEAM

My Mamod Accessories

The company was founded in 1935 in Birmingham in the British midlands by Geoffrey Malins. The name Mamod came from an amalgamtion of the title Malins Models, The first models produced were of stationary steam engines, the company later also creating models of road rollers, traction engines and steam cars. These models were aimed at the toy market, so were simple to operate and ran at low boiler pressures for safety but were not accurate scale models.

WS1 Workshop

WS1G Grinder

9 x 7 x 7cm

WS1PP Power Press

9 x 7 x 10.2cm

WS1H Hammer

9 x 7.2 5.5cm 

WS1 PM Polishing Mop

9 x 7 x 7.6cm 

WS1L Lineshaft

Group

Power Press c1962 - 1979

9 x 7 x 10.2cm

Grinder c1962 - 1979

9 x 7 x 7cm

Polishing Mop c1962 - 1979

9 x 7 x 7.6cm

Triphammer c1962 - 1979

9 x 7.2 5.5cm

Lineshaft c1962 - 1979

Group

LW1 Lumber Wagon c1969-1978

LW1 Lumber Wagon c1969-1978

TR1A Traction Engine Log Trailer

OW1 OpenWagon c1969-1978

SR1A  Steam Roller Trailer

Water Cart