|The real Green Arrow|
|Position||Mixed traffic engine on British Railways|
Sir Stephen Topham Hatt sent Thomas to the National Railway Museum in York for a railway show in 1990. After an accident at a level crossing and the lorry driver fined for illegal parking, Thomas found the LNER V2 2-6-2 being repaired at the steam works in the museum. After some talk, Thomas had to be ready for a special event which at the end turned nasty. Green Arrow was chosen to take the rail tour of passengers to the seaside. Although the manager thought it was going to be heavy, Green Arrow strongly threw this out of the way because of his brothers' glories during World War II. After he and Thomas were ready, they took the rail tour down to the seaside.
As they pass a ruined abbey, Thomas knew something up ahead was wrong. He whistled and told Green Arrow to stop the train. The train stopped just in time and an inspector found the problem of erosion near the river. Buses took the passengers home, Thomas chuffed across a second track with Green Arrow going after him and reached York station at the end of it. Sir Stephen Topham Hatt came to see Thomas and the manager congratulated the blue tank engine for preventing a nasty accident near the river.