The real King’s Cross wasn’t glamorous enough for Harry Potter’s filmmakers, so the magnificent St Pancras’s exterior was used instead. It’s easy to see why: the elegant red-brick building, complete with clock tower and newly renovated glass roof, is so quintessentially British. This is where Harry and Ron took flight in Mr. Weasley’s Ford Anglia, and where thousands of Londoners catch the more conventional train every day. And the station has some history, too. It was damaged in World War II by German bombers and nearly demolished in the 1960s.
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