artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson
Fri Jan 17 2014, 12:07am | 10 comments
Not only does King’s Cross have a Platform 9 3/4, it also has a Platform Zero.
i’m going to have to check out Penn Station, although its more likely Grand Central has the time travel platform.
I would imagine it’s just to the left of the big clock in the middle of the main hall.
Nothing wrong with a zero. It’s when you’re directed to platform i that it’s time to worry.
Or a negative number.
Nope. Nikola Tesla lived for the last decade of his life in the Hotel New Yorker at West 34th Street and 8th Avenue, a block away from Penn Station.
It’s in Penn Station.
well…i(^2) = -1
I think that’s wierder.
it might have been the *original* Penn Station, but the modernist, brutalist, overcrowded, horrible place it is now eliminated that platform when the tore down the vaunting, sunlit Penn Station. it moved over to GCT.
Eh, you’re imagining things.
I say it’s still there. You’d want it somewhere hidden, and playing with time is dangerous enough, moving it in space, too, would have been risky: http://forgotten-ny.com/2013/11/penn-relic/
I’m just standing in a different part of the universe. ;-)
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