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Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal (or BEDT) was a shortline railroad and marine terminal with its main facilities and administrative offices located on 86–88 Kent Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York City.

The BEDT was first organized in 1906 as a marine and navigation company independent of the railroad operations of the East River Terminal Railroad, incorporated in 1907, but its parentage precedes that date to the company Palmer's Docks.

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  • Several Steam engines, including one Alco S-1 were saved into preservation while most of the others were sold for scrap.
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