The Mamod Stirling steam locomotive is available preset to 0 gauge (32mm) or gauge 1 (45mm) and is regaugable.
This locomotive celebrates the achievements of the Scottish engineer, James Stirling (1835 – 1917). In his time with the Glasgow and South Western Railway, Stirling designed many successful locomotives, each one better than its predecessors. Although not the first to engineer the 4-4-0, he was the first to design one that was considered successful.
The Mamod Stirling Locomotive includes the new 14 mm cylinders which are fully maintainable, and the new internal poker type burner.
The Mamod Stirling is more controllable and more powerful than its predecessors, and it has a pleasing look resplendent in its red paint and brass dome.
The locomotive has a robust construction and it will survive a novice driver with ease.
Mamod Stirling Locomotive Specifications
- Internally fired Butane/Propane burner
- Two 14mm diameter cylinders
- Stainless steel steam pipe
- Internally framed regaugeable wheels
- 54mm diameter boiler
- 230ml boiler volume
- 8ml inline displacement lubricator
- 40 psi safety valve
- Bayonet smokebox door
- Sliding roof
- Silver soldered boiler
- 36mm wheels