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Depots in province Limburg

In the province of Limburg there were depots in the following places:

’s Gravenvoeren - Bilzen - Bitsingen - Bree - Fooz - Glons - Hasselt - Herk-de-Stad - Koersel - Kortessem - Lanaken Tournebridge - Leopoldsbrug - Maaseik - Molenbeersel - Sint-Truiden - Tongeren - Weert (NL)

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depot for steam locs
depot for electric stock
depot for steam and electric

’s Gravenvoeren

until 1963 belongs to group Liège

Bilzen

Bitsingen

After 1963 belongs to grouppe Liège

Bree

Opened 1888
Intended for the line Leopoldsbrug - Bree, and (from 1890) the line Bree - Maaseik

Fooz

Glons

Opened: 1893
Intended for the line Glons - Kanne
It was only a small depot

Hasselt

Opened: 1899
Intended for the line Hasselt - Leopldsbrug, Hasselt - Herk-de-Stad, Hasselt - Oreye
In 1920 there was a great extention of the depot, and from then on it served also as a central repair shop

Herk-de-Stad

Koersel

Kortessem

Lanaken Tournebridge

Opened: ?
Closed: ?
Intended for the line Maaseik - Lanaken - Maastricht
Until 1920 it was the most important depot of the province Limburg

Leopoldsbrug

Maaseik

Molenbeersel

Sint-Truiden

Tongeren

Opened 1897
Intended for the line Tongeren - Fexhe-le-Haut-Clocher and Tongeren - Lanaken

Weert (NL)