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This section of the forum is dedicated to small steam engines and steam toys.

Henry Artist
Sep 12, 2018

If you hang around this forum long enough you will see mention of Tubal Cain's "Building Simple Model Steam Engines". It's a fantastic book and even if you have no intention of building things for you
Miles Newlyn
Oct 2, 2017

I have this old Stuart Turner Torpedo Boat Destroyer that has a Stuart No.2 Torpedo Boat Engine. The plan above shows an electric motor, but the model is live steam and I wonder if this boat was ever
Aug 16, 2017

My first introduction to live steam locomotives was a member in our railroad club had a Accucraft Ruby locomotive. It is G scale (45 mm track) and a very simple design.
Apr 26, 2018

Hi everyone, is there anybody who knows a supplier of chrome or nickel plated pipe 4 mm diam. I am involved in repair/restoring Fleischmann/Mammod toy steam engines. They all used this piping. Maybe I
Sep 14, 2017

Hi my names George Treasure I am 15 I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for companies or organisations that might be interested in potentially funding a steam wagon project that I am working