It was used for the Astoria Power & Light Company as a switch engine.
In 1938, it was sold to the Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal Railroad (BEDT), one of the many waterfront railways along the shores of the East River and New York Harbor. The BEDT numbered it as their No. 16.
It was operational for a couple of more years until Christmas Day, 1963 when it was retired from revenue service.
It is now at the Railroad Museum of Long Island where it is put on static display.