D9009 has visited many locations during the year. This gallery shows the loco on 'non mainline' visits/outings.
D9009's headcode blind was damaged during the 'Eidyn Burgh Scot' tour on April 6. Here, the damaged blind is seen after being removed from the loco by Stuart Page and Steve Nutter.
A Deltic with a 4-VEP! D9009 at the Mid Hants Railway on April 28, starting up prior to working the 09.30 Alton-Alresford. (Stuart Page)
D9009 visited the Swanage Railway in May, although it was not used in service during the gala, being used to haul the convoy and being open for cab visits. Here, the loco is seen on the line hauling the convoy from Barrow Hill/Dean Forest. (Andrew P M Wright)
D9009 has spent much of the summer at the East Lancs Railway, being used on several occasions. One such time was on July 28, during the 'End of Steam' event. With an appropriate headcode, the loco stands in Ramsbottom Sidings with a local service. (Stuart Page)
A rare working into the short bay platform at Rawtenstall, this being the 14.45 from Ramsbottom. (Stuart Page)
Back at the loco's first home, where it appeared at the first diesel gala 30 years ago, D9009 stands at Grosmont on September 14.
Pickering station has gained an overall roof since D9009 was based on the NYMR. Sen after arrival from Whitby on September 14.
Deltic on a Pullman? Yes please! D9009 stands at Grosmont with the Sunday lunch special. (Stuart Page)
The lunch diner again, seen waiting at Levisham. (Stuart Page)
D9009 waits to run round a Goathland after working a shuttle from Grosmont. (Stuart Page)
Back where we were in the 80s! D821 and D9009 stand in the Grosmont headshunt on September 15. This location was the home for both locos some 25 years ago. (Stuart Page)
With the crowds attracted to the loco, D9009 departs Kidderminster on 1105 Kidderminster to Bewdley shuttle on October 5th. (Brian Sherrington)
D9009 arrives back at Kidderminster on 1156 Bewdley to Kidderminster shuttle on October 5th. (Brian Sherrington)
Also on October 5th, D9009 is sen after emerging from Bewdley Tunnel with the 12.59 Kidderminster-Bridgnorth. (David Griffiths)