S.G.L.R. No.9 No.9 is a DY class locomotive with a Lister 9 hp water-cooled diesel engine, built by F C Hibberd & Co Ltd of Park Royal in London, works number 4008. It was built as recently as 1963 and was one of the last to be made in London. It was delivered in April of that year to Sanders & Forster Ltd of Stratford in London, for whom it worked on their 2’0” gauge railway until the 1970s, before passing into preservation first with a Mr J Ewing in Surrey (by 1982) and then at the narrow-gauge railway collection at Gloddfa Ganol Slate Mine in Blaenau Ffestiniog. When the collection was dispersed the loco was bought by an S.G.L.R. member and brought to Derbyshire in 1998. Stored off-site for five years, the loco was finally brought to the S.G.L.R. site in 2003, where 1' 6" gauge axles and wheels were fitted. Ownership subsequently passed to two other members of the Society, and since 2013 No.9 has been restored and it is in working order, though rarely used at present. During the restoration it was painted green and given the name ULLR in memory of a dog belonging to one of its owners.