Delacroix metro station

Delacroix metro station
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Station statistics
Coordinates 50°50′42″N 4°19′28″E / 50.845°N 4.32444°E / 50.845; 4.32444Coordinates: 50°50′42″N 4°19′28″E / 50.845°N 4.32444°E / 50.845; 4.32444
Structure Elevated
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 2006
Owned by STIB/MIVB
Preceding station   Brussels Metro   Following station
Line 2
Gare de l'Ouest/Weststation
Line 6
Gare de l'Ouest/Weststation

Delacroix is a station on lines 2 and 6 of the Brussels metro. It runs parallel to Delacroix street, located in the municipality of Anderlecht. The Brussels-Charleroi Canal runs under the station.

The station was opened on 4 September 2006 as southern terminus of line 2. In 2009 the loop of line 2 was closed with the junction between Delacroix and West station.

The station is named for Léon Delacroix, a former Belgian prime minister.

Elevated station over the canal with entrances at ground level

External links

Media related to Delacroix metro station, Brussels at Wikimedia Commons