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Depots in province Liège

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

Ans - Barchon - Bressoux - Clavier - Comblain-au-Pont - Comblain-la-Tour - Eupen - Eynatten - Fexhe-le-haut-Clocher - Goé - Jemeppe-sur-Meuse - Liège St-Gilles - Omal - Oreye - Poulseur - Rocourt - Tiège - Sprimont - Trooz - Val-st-Lambert - Verlaine - Villencourt - Wanze - Waremme - Warzée - Wihogne

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

Ans

Barchon

Bressoux

Opened: 1898
Intended for the line Liège - Barchon

Clavier

Comblain-au-Pont

Comblain-la-Tour

Eupen

Eynatten

Fexhe-le-haut-Clocher

Goé

Opened: 1891
Intended for the line Dolhain - Goé - Membach - Eupen

Jemeppe-sur-Meuse

Liège St-Gilles

Opened: 1901
For electric rolling stock

Omal

Oreye

Opened: 1893
Intended for the line Oreye - St.Truiden and Oreye - Waremme
It was only a small depot

Poulseur

Rocourt

Tiège

Sprimont

Opened: 1897
Closed: ?
Intended for the line Sprimont - Poulseur

Trooz

Val-st-Lambert

Opened: 1890
Closed: ?

Verlaine

Villencourt

Wanze

Waremme

Opened: 1888
Intended for the line Huy-Waremme
It was the largest depot and repair schop in the province of Liège

Warzée

Wihogne