Demey metro station

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(STIB-MIVB) Panneau DEMEY.png
Demey station, looking West from the Herrmann-Debroux bound platform (Auderghem, Belgium).jpg
Location Auderghem
Coordinates 50°48′48″N 4°25′17″E / 50.81333°N 4.42139°E / 50.81333; 4.42139Coordinates: 50°48′48″N 4°25′17″E / 50.81333°N 4.42139°E / 50.81333; 4.42139
Owned by STIB/MIVB
History
Opened 1977
Services
Preceding station   Brussels Metro   Following station
Line 5
Terminus

Demey is one of the Brussels metro stations on the eastern branch of line 5 and was opened in 1977. it is named after a former Mayor of Auderghem, Gustave Demey.

Until the opening of the extension to Herrmann-Debroux in 1985, Demey station was the eastern terminus of line 1A. This part of line 1A became part of line 5 in April 2009. The station is located in Auderghem.

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