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Green Domain Station Well

Did you know that this pond was dug around the Torhout steam trains
to provide water to Ostend? It is therefore not a coincidence
located along the green axis 'Groene 62', a former steam railway route
stretching from Torhout to Ostend. The perfect place to take a break
to rest, to walk, to fish and of course to enjoy nature.
Take a look at the small but nice poetry garden!

Green 62 L62 – Green Ash

Railway line 62 used to be a 22 km long railway between Ostend
(Zandvoordestraat) and Torhout (Aartrijksestraat). The target: Parisians
quickly to Ostend.
The fact that the seasonal workers could go in the opposite direction to northern France was a bonus. However, the rail connection was canceled and the tracks were broken up. Spoor 62 became the Groene 62, a green, car-free axis for walkers and cyclists. Along the way you can enjoy the polders and forests and you will come across some nice stopping places. close the
round off the tour with a visit to domain d'Aertrycke and Wijnendale Castle.

Belgium coast

Eernegem is also less than 20 minutes from the Belgian coast, which makes it one
ideal base for a day at the sea! For the sports enthusiasts, those
can also cycle along the old train route to Ostend for a day trip
enjoy the sun, sea and beach.

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  • State well, a pond and municipal green domain

  • Buuzestove

  • Part of the Groene 62, a cycle route on the former railway line, runs through Eernegem
    between Torhout and Ostend.

  • Mutse

  • Torenhof

  • Saint Medardus Church

  • Moerdijk district

  • Pump tower

  • Bogaert mill

  • Castle Burgundy

  • Hazewind Castle

  • Castle of Moerbeek

  • The Radio Museum

  • Red castle

nieuw in Eernegem


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