Submitted by: Dawn Rose (from Anaheim, CA, USA)
Country: United Kingdom
Sovereign state: England
Location: King's Cross Station [map]
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King's Cross Station is a railway station first opened in 1852 that acts as a transfer point between London Underground and National Rail lines, forming one of Britain's largest transportation hubs. In modern times, it is most famous for being the filming location for the Hogwarts Express' Platform 9¾ in the Harry Potter films. The station was originally intended to be the London hub of the Great Northern Railway. The main part of the station from 1852 is still being used today.
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