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The Montreal Locomotive Works RS-10 was a 1,600 horsepower (1,200 kW) road switcher built for the Canadian market. It was essentially an ALCO RS-3 in a redesigned carbody. It retained the RS-3's 12-cylinder Alco 244 engine. MLW built 129 of these locomotives before the model was replaced by the MLW RS-18.
|Canadian National Railway||1863–1885, 3066–3093|
|Canadian Pacific Railway||8462–8482, 8557–8600, 8824||8824 was built using parts from wrecked FA-1 4016, and re-used that unit's frame number|
|Ontario Northland Railway||1400–1403|
|Pacific Great Eastern Railway||579–586||to British Columbia Railway|
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