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Depots in province Oost-Vlaanderen

In the province of Oost-Vlaanderen there were depots in the following places:

Bassevelde - Destelbergen - Doel - Eekloo - Gent Heirnis - Geraardsbergen - Hamme - Herzele - Kalken - Kieldrecht - Lochristi - Lokeren - Mariakerke - Merelbeke - Nevele - Oordegem - Oudenaarde - Rupelmonde - Sint-Lievens-Houtem - Sint-Niklaas - Tielt - Ursel - Watervliet - Zomergem - Zottegem

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

Bassevelde

Destelbergen

Opened: 1930 (when closing Gent Heirnis)
It was one of the larger depots in the region of Gent

Doel

Eekloo

Opend: 1891
Intended for the line Eeklo - Border Netherlands

Gent Heirnis

Opened: 1888
Closed: 1930
Intended for the line to Zaffelare
It was the central repair shop in the group Gent

Geraardsbergen

Hamme

Herzele

Kalken

Opened: 1891
Intended for the line Gent - Hamme

Kieldrecht

Opened: 1893
Intended for the line St.Niklaas - Doel

Lochristi

Lokeren

Mariakerke

Opened: 1886
Intended for the line to Zomergem

Merelbeke

Opened: 1898
From 1901 also electric rolling stock
Intended for the line Gent - Merelbeke

Nevele

Oordegem

Oudenaarde

Opened: 1888
Intended for the line Deinze - Oudenaarde

Rupelmonde

Sint-Lievens-Houtem

Sint-Niklaas

Tielt

Opened: 1886
Intended for the line Tielt - Aalter

Ursel

Watervliet

Zomergem

Zottegem

Opened: 1903
Intended for the line Wetteren - Zottegem