2015. 73082 Camelot re-entered traffic on the Bluebell Railway, on 31 October, during the "Giants of Steam" Gala.
Initially the locomotive ran in her pre-1959 state, un-named and with a Stewart's Lane shedplate.
2016. The locomotive recieved
her nameplate and Nine Elms shedplate back.
Members of the Bluebell Railway Carriage and Wagon Department started to restore the CCT, which was moved back to Horsted Keynes.
2018. Camelot made her first "away trip" to the West Somerset Railway's
2019. Once again, "Camelot" ran as 73087 "Linette", for the Bluebell Railway's "Giants of Steam" Gala, and for the Society's AGM the week after.
2020. "Camelot" was wintered at the start of 2020, but was expected to return to service
at Easter. In the event, the Bluebell Railway was forced to close during the pandemic lockdown and the locomotive had an unexpected rest, locked down in a shed. Camelot returned to service on 16 August when the Railway reopened with "social distancing" rules.
C&W members completed work on the CCT, which entered the railway's heritage fleet. At the end of October the Bluebell Railway held a goods vehicle gala event "Off the Rails" and the CCT ran over the line in goods and mixed trains.