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Product Release - Valve
Mar 18, 2010
The first of the Doncaster built V2s, numbered 4771 and emerging in 1936, was promptly named 'Green Arrow', after the express freight service for which the locomotives had been built. 4771 Green Arrow still remains in preservation today, forming part of the National Collection. Click here for more information.