- Golden Arrow (disambiguation)
Golden Arrow may refer to:
* The Golden Arrow Holy Face Devotion , a prayer in the Catholic Church revealed to a young Carmelite nun in 1844.
Golden Arrow, a luxury train in England which connected London and Dover
Golden Arrow (supercar), a supercarfrom 1903 Fact|date=June 2007
Golden Arrow (land speed racer), a land speed racer driven by Henry Segrave,
* "Golden Arrow", an Indian intermezzo composed by Egbert Van Alstyne in 1909.
Golden Arrow (comics), a Fawcett Comicscharacter
Abaris Golden Arrow, a home-built aircraft design by Abaris Aircraft
Lamontville Golden Arrows, a South African football (soccer) club from Durban
* The Golden Arrow, a book by
Gloster VI, a Schneider Cup racing aircraft, was known as "Golden Arrow"
Golden Arrow Bus Services, a commuter busoperator in Cape Town, South Africa.
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