The other remains of a large network exists around the city of Charleroi.
Around the years 1980-1990 this network was replaced by so-called "pre-metro" system. Some old lines (the line Charleroi - Anderlues and the connection with the railway station Charleroi Sud) were transformed and partly rebuilt. Also some new lines were created (to Gilly and Chatelet). The new line to Chatelet was built, but was never taken in use. Even today this line remains unused. The date of opening of the pre-metro network were:
|Line Charleroi-Anderlues||Date open|
|Charleroi Sud - Charleroi Ouest||1976.06.21|
|Charleroi Ouest - Charleroi Viaduc||1980.06.30|
|Charleroi Viaduc - Dampremy||1983.05.24|
|Dampremy - Marchienne||1992.08.23|
|Marchienne - Fontaine l'Eveque||1983.05.24|
|Line Charleroi-Gilly||Date open|
|Charleroi Viaduc - Beaux-Arts||1983.05.24|
|Charleroi Beaux-Arts - Waterloo||1992.08.28|
|Charleroi Waterloo - Gilly||1992.08.28|
|Line Waterloo-Parc||Date open|
|Charleroi Waterloo - Parc||1996.08.30|
|Line Charleroi-Gosselies||Date open|
|Charleroi - Jumet - Gosselies||??|
Besides the lines described above and on the map, there exists a line from Charleroi to the depot in Jumet (near Gosselies). This line is only uses for service use.
There also exists a line from Gilly to Châtelet, which has been built and is almost ready. This situation already exists from about 1992. The line has only been taken into operation in about 2010.
In 2015 at last a new line to Jumet and Gosselies was taken into operation into operation (or you could better say it was rebuilt).