Mamod History

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.

Mamod Models


1351 New Mamod Train

Centurion

Centurion Fred Dibnah

Challenger

DV1

FE1 Fire Engine

Limousine 1403B

ME1

ME2

ME3

MEC1

MM1

MM2

Meteor

Pre-war SE3

Quobble SE3 Mod

RS1

RS2

Roadster

SA1

SA1L

SC2

SC3

SC4

SE1

SE1 and Workshop

SE1A

SE2

SE2A

SE2A and Workshop

SE3

SE4

SE4 Prototype

SL1

SL1k

SL2

SL3

SL4

SL6

SP1

SP2

SP3

SP4

SP5

SP5 and Workstation

SP6

SR1

SR1A

SW1

TE1

TE1A

TE1A Old Glory

TE1V

TE1V Ltd Edition

TWK1

William

1380 Showmans Engine