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Depots in province West-Vlaanderen

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

Aarsele - Assebroek - Berchem (Kluisbergen) - Beveren a/d Ijzer - Blankenberge - Brugge - De Panne - Diksmuide - Geluwe - Heist - Ieper - Knokke - Koekelare - Koksijde - Koolkerke - Kortrijk Meensepoort - Leke - Mouscron - Oostende - Poperinge - Roeselare - Steenwerck (FR) - Stene Veurne Warneton Pont-Rouge Wevelgem Zwevezele

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

Aarsele

Assebroek

Opened: 1904
From 1908 also for electric rolling stock
It was one of the most important repair shops in West-Vlaanderen

Berchem (Kluisbergen)

Beveren a/d Ijzer

Blankenberge

Brugge

De Panne

Diksmuide

Opened: 1907
It was one of the larger depots in West-Vlaanderen

Geluwe

Opened: 1882
Intended for the line Kortrijk - Menen and branches

Heist

Ieper

Opened: 1889
Intended for the line Ieper - Veurne

Knokke

Koekelare

Koksijde

Koolkerke

Opened: 1890
Intended for the line Heist - Westkapelle - Brugge

Kortrijk Meensepoort

Opened: 1899
Intended for the line Kortrijk - Menen and branches

Leke

Mouscron

(since 1963 Hainault)

Oostende

Opened in 1885.
Still open today.
It was the most important depot and repair shop in West-Vlaanderen.

Poperinge

Roeselare

Opened: 1889
Intended for the line Hooglede - Tielt

Steenwerck (FR)

Stene

Veurne

Warneton Pont-Rouge

Opened: 1897
Intended for the line Ieper - Nieuwkerke - Warneton

Wevelgem

Zwevezele