The Alco PA1 is considered one of the most attractive passenger locomotives ever built.

Alco FA1 / FB1, Class AF15

Classified as AF15 on the Pennsy.

Road Numbers Delivery HO Scale Models
9600A-9603A
9600B-9603B (even)
7-8/48

Precision Craft Models (9600A, 9600B, 9601A, 9601B)

Life Like Proto 20001 (960A, 9603B)

9604A-9607A
9604B-9607B (even)
3-4/50 Life Like Proto 2000 (9605B)
1 Model lacks Trainphone per prototype.

 

 

Alco FA2 / FB2, Class AF16

Classified as AF16 on the Pennsy.

Road Numbers Delivery HO Scale Models
9608A-9619A
9608B-9618B (even)
5/51

Rapido Trains (9608A, 9608B, 9610B, 9614A, 9614B, 9615A)

Life Like Proto 20001 (9610A, 9610B)

9620A-9631A
9620B-9630B (even)
11-12/51 Life Like Proto 20001 (9620A, 9623A)
1 Model lacks Trainphone per prototype.

 

Passenger Locomotives

Alco PA1 / PB1, Class AP20 / AFP20

Classified as AP20 on the Pennsy.

In late 1952-53, all were regeared for dual service and reclassified as AFP20. All remained in Tuscan Red paint except for 5757A and 5758A.

As of 1957, a pair were assigned to Lewistown, Pa., to operate an intradivisional train between Lewistown and Altoona. One is known to be 5759A, depicted in a photo on page 63 of "Pennsy 1950s Last Great Decade".

Road Numbers Delivery HO Scale Models
5750A-5759A
5750B-5758B (even)
10-12/47

Walthers5 (5754A2, 5755A2, 5756A2, 5756B2, 5758B2, 5759A2

Precision Craft Models (5754A2, 5754B2, 5755A2, 5756A2, 5756B2, 5759A2)

1 Dark Green Locomotive Enamel, five-stripe.

2 Tuscan Red, five-stripe.

3 Tuscan Red, single broad stripe.

4 Tuscan Red, unknown stripe.

5 Model lacks Trainphone per prototype.