Building B, Brooklyn Army Terminal

Building B, Brooklyn Army Terminal


New York, New York (NY), US
The Brooklyn Army Terminal was Port of Embarkation in World Wars I and II, shipping 85% of the cargo sent to Europe. Building B, closer in the image, is 980 ft x 360 ft, with 52 acres of floor space. It was the largest individual building in the world when it was completed in 1919. A central atrium, covered with skylights, runs the length of the building and is large enough to hold 50 railroad cars.
The Brooklyn Army Terminal was Port of Embarkation in World Wars I and II, shipping 85% of the cargo sent to Europe. Building B, closer in the image, is 980 ft x 360 ft, with 52 acres of floor space. It was the largest individual building in the world when it was completed in 1919. A central atrium, covered with skylights, runs the length of the building and is large enough to hold 50 railroad cars.
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