Rapido Trains Inc. is very excited to announce its latest museum quality HO scale locomotive, the American Locomotive Company's iconic 1950s road switcher, the RS-11. Introduced in early 1956, Alco’s RS-11 locomotive (catalogued as the DL-701), was powered by an 1,800-horsepower turbocharged V-12 version of Alco’s 251B prime mover. The RS-11 rode on B-B trucks of similar design to those used under the earlier RS-3 and FA series locomotives. Its hood style carbody featured notched corners that included the corner number boards and, on most units, sand filler hatches as well. These notched corners distinguished them from their Canadian RS-18 cousins and made the RS-11 an instant design classic.