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Jensen Steam
Engines

Jensen Steam Engines is located in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, USA and is the World's oldest and America's only manufacturer of its kind. Building high quality brass and cast iron toy miniature stationary steam engines and generators since 1932, they've introduced multiple generations to the hobby of live steam.


Stuart Models

Located in Great Britain, Stuart Models is the oldest company in the world still producing a wide range of model stationary steam engines. Established in 1898, they still provide some of the finest hand made engines, ready to assemble and casting kits available today.

A.J. Reeves Model
Engineers

Another British Manufacturer, Reeves produces an extensive catalog of casting kits for high quality miniature models of real world stationary and traction steam engines. They've recently begun offering a few in "ready to assemble" kits for those of us with out machine tools.

Tiny Power

This relative new comer to the steam model world is quickly becoming known for a fast growing line of model stationary steam engine casting kits. Their engines have a reputation for being an excellent entry point for anyone considering building their first hand made steam engine. Tiny Power is located in Branson Missouri, here in the United States

P.M.
Research

From Wellsville, NY, P.M. Research offers a wide range of casting kits. their catalog lists miniature stationary steam engines, stirling engines, and highly detailed miniature machine tool kits. They also offer as a wide selection of finished and unfinished fittings and accessories and for miniature steam projects.

Reliable
Steam
Engine Co.

Located in Waldport, Oregon in the USA, Reliable Steam Engines offers casting kits for several styles of "small" stirling and steam engines including complex compound expansion engines. Their kits are designed for the experienced machinist who wants to produce true usable works of art. Their web site also states they will soon be offering a couple of "Multi-stage Impulse Turbine" kits. Huh?....Hey!!!...where have you guys been hiding?

Graham
Industries

Graham Industries is a Family run business, offering an attractive line of modestly priced, ready to assemble or pre-assembled steam engines. The product line includes vertical, horizontal and marine style engines. These engines are well designed and executed, making them excellent  projects for the novice with limited tooling as well as the experienced steam afficionado.

Geoff Winwood
Miniature
Steam
Specialist

Located in Great Britain, Geoff Winwood offers a beautiful line of "D.R. Mercer" miniature traction engines as ready to assemble kits or custom pre-assembled. The engines are offered in both agricultural and showman styles. These engines and kits are professionally hand made and can be customized from a long list of available accessories and options. Pricing is reasonable and quality is favorably comparable to more expensive kits offered by other traction model suppliers. Geoff also offers steam engines from Wilesco and Mamod.

The Kookaburra
Steam Engine
Company

Kookaburra Steam Engines is an up and coming manufacturer from "Down Under" in Australia. They currently offer a ready to run "Overtype" steam engine which looks pretty good from the photos and specifications. They have plans to offer a list of castings, accessories and possibly kits, in the not too distant future.

Historic Steam Models

Historic Steam Models is a British manufacturer of premium display quality, working scale models of historic steam engine power plants. Their impressive attention to detail and use of high precision CNC machining, allows them to offer the collector a series of astoundingly beautiful and eye-catching machines, in fully assembled or ready to assemble kit form.

Midwest Model Steam
Products

Link requests are pretty common and I try to be accommodating when the subject matter is a good fit. Another often amusing inquiry concerns "Where can I find a big,  honking huge, I mean a really impressive  model steam engine?"  By adding this link, I've multitasked a wee bit. I've not only added Nidwest Model Steam Products to this links list, but  those looking for a gigargantuan bodaciously large impressive  model steam engine can now sleep peacefully at night. Midwest Model Steam Products'  BH2 steam engine weighs in at a hernia creating 175 pounds, complete with twin cylinders with a steam  hungry 2 1/2 x 4 inches of  muscular bore and stroke. They also offer a line of model steam train parts and one very interesting little turbo generator. We're talking some serious steam here folks.

Green Velvet
Steam Cylinder Oils

Proper internal lubrication is essential to the longevity of your steam engine. As any veteran  steamer knows there just aren't many sources for steam oils left these days... especially high quality oils. Bill, at Green Velvet, has spent a large chunk of his life chasing down the formulas he uses to produce what is perhaps the most effective product  I've used.  He also sells his products at a very resonable price for small user quantities. I use it in my own engines... I like it ...  I'm sharing the information with you..... nuff said


 

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