No. 11 in storage in South Brooklyn, NY.

Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal No. 11 was a type of 0-6-0 steam locomotive. It was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1922 for the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal.

This locomotive was designed to work as a switch engine for the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal shunting freight cars and passenger cars.

In 1958, it was retired from service and it was stored on a siding near the engine shed in South Brooklyn, New York.

The locomotive remained until July 1962, when it was cut up for scrap.

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