Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal No. 14 is an 0-6-0 tank engine built in 1920 by H. K. Porter for the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal railway.

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

In 1966 it was retired from service and it was put in storage at the Black River & Western Railroad.

It is now a public display at the Ulster & Delaware Railroad Historical Society in Arkville, NY.

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