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Hogwarts Express with Harry (Harry Potter)

The most famous train

The Hogwarts Express is the train Harry has to take to get to Hogwarts and only wizards can access the platform from which it leaves. As you can see in the movie, the Hogwarts Express is an old-fashioned steam train, mainly black and red, and it is here the locomotive that is represented. The details of the mechanism and the wheels are nicely represented and there are also some golden metallic elements. On the side, we can see a Hogwarts Castle sign indicating its destination. At the back of the locomotive, we can see the beginning of a compartment leaving room to put the Harry Potter figure sold with the train. Harry Potter is represented with the clothes he wears during the beginning of the movie: a brown pants, a grey t-shirt and a plaid shirt too big because it used to belong to his cousin Dudley much bigger and fatter than him. On the face, he is represented with his famous scar as well as with his broken and rescotched glasses. There are also two cars sold with Hermione or Ron that can be attached behind this locomotive.


Harry and his first trip in the Hogwarts Express

Harry is the main character of the literary and cinematographic saga Harry Potter. We follow the adventures of a young English boy who discovers, on his 11th birthday, that he is a wizard. While he had lived with his aunt and uncle since the death of his parents when he was only one year old, he will now join the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He will discover a whole new world of magic but will also learn that his parents did not die in an accident as he thought, but were killed by Voldemort, one of the most terrible wizards of his time. To get to Hogwarts, located somewhere in Scotland, Harry has to take the Hogwarts Express train from platform 9 3/4 of the King’s Cross station.


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