Green Arrow
  • Number: 4771, formerly 800 and 60800
  • Designer: Sir Nigel Gresley
  • Class: LNER V2
  • Builder: Doncaster Works
  • Built: June 1936
  • Configuration: 2-6-2
  • Retired: 1962-6

Green Arrow is a LNER Class V2 preserved as one of the main attractions of the National Railway Museum. He is currently on display at York, but has also been displayed at "Locomotion", the National Railway Museum at Shildon since his boiler certificate expired in 2008. He was built in June 1936 for the London and North Eastern Railway at Doncaster Works to a design of Nigel Gresley.

Thomas met Green Arrow after his unusual arrival on the back of a lorry to find Green Arrow being repaired.


Green Arrow is painted in the apple green livery of the LNER, lined out in white and black.

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