Toy steam workshops

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A page dedicated to steam workshops - the perfect companion to your toy engine

An SE2 from c1948 with a brass tooled workshop

Four fine workshops based around an SE4, 1953 MM2, 1955 MM1 and Bowman M135

The latest update to the SE4 workshop (August 2008)

A Mamod SE2 from 1948, with brass-wheeled workshop

A Wilesco D455 driving the Mk2 Mamod workshop

A present the collection consists of several workshop combinations, namely the Mamod no1 and no2 workshops, consisting entirely of traditional Mmaod tools. Also an early brass wheeled set up is attached to the SE4 utilising a Meccano chassis, also on a simple chassis of Meccano are the Bowman M135 and 'doll' type 839 type dynamo. Lastly the 1953 Mamod Minor 2 is attached to another Meccano chassis holding a 1953 flat base lineshaft and pre-war Mamod/Hobbies polisher. Further workshops are planned using English steam engines and tools. A Wilesco set up may be formed in the future, using the D455 vertical engine.

A simple set up - the Bowman M135 and Bowman model 1839 dynamo

A full Mamod workshop built around an SE2 c1954