Platform 9 3/4 Gets Permanent Location at King’s Cross Station

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Mar 14, 2012

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The Platform 9 3/4 display at King’s Cross in London finally has a permanent location after being shuffled around for several years while the station underwent major renovations.

According to the Huffington Post, the popular pilgrimage site for Harry Potter fans – which features a sign for the platform and a trolly seemingly going through the wall – will now be located in the Western Departures Concourse. A map of the station, with Platform 9 3/4 clearly marked, can be seen here. The new concourse will be open for travelers (and Potter fans!) beginning March 19.





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