Brooklyn Piers - 1920

A list of the piers in Brooklyn, their location, length and occupants publishished in the Port of New York Annual Report of 1920.


In the Red Hook area were:

  • Ferry Slips, located at Hamiloton Avenue, run by the Union Ferry Company, owned by New York City
  • Pier 33, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by the Merchants Line and Atlantic & NY Dock Co., Pacific Steamship Co.
  • Pier 34, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by Clyde Line ( West Indies service)
  • Pier 35, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by NY and Porto Rico SS Co.
  • Pier 36, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by Barber Lines
  • Pier 37, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by Barber Lines
  • Pier 38, located in the Atlantic Basin, run by Houston Lines
  • Car Transfer Bridge (trains), located in the Atlantic Basin, run by  the Atlantic Dock Co.
  • Pier 39, located in Red Hook, run by General Cargo
  • Pier 40, located in Red Hook, run by General Cargo
  • Pier 41, located in Red Hook, run by General Cargo
  • Marine ways, located in Red Hook, run by Johnson Lighterage Co.
  • Pier 45, located in Red Hook, run by General Cargo
  • Pier 46, located in Red Hook, run by General Cargo
  • Pier 46a, located in Erie Basin, "private"
  • Pier 47, located in Erie Basin, "private"
  • Pier 48, located in Erie Basin, "private"
  • Pier 49, located in Erie Basin, "private"
  • Pier 50, located in Erie Basin, "private"
  • Dry Dock, located in Erie Basin, run by Robins Dry Dock Co.
  • Dry Dock, located in Erie Basin, run by Robins Dry Dock Co.
  • Pier 51, located in Erie Basin, run by General Cargo
  • Dry Dock, located in Erie Basin, run by Theodore Crane Sons' Co.
  • Dry Dock, located in Erie Basin, run by Robins Dry Dock Co.

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