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The train left Platform 9¾ without fail every 1 September at 11 o’clock in the morning, arriving at Hogsmeade station in the early evening.[3] Some students took the train back to King’s Cross Station to go home for the Christmas and Easter holidays, but some did not, as they stayed at Hogwarts.

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Hogwarts
express company

In 1827, Ottaline Gambol rose to the office of Minister for Magic, and she made a daring and controversial suggestion to solve the ages-old problem of how to transport hundreds of students to and from Hogwarts Castle every school year without attracting the Muggles’ attention.
Intrigued by Muggle technology, the Minister saw the potential of using a Muggle steam locomotive as a secure and comfortable alternative to Portkeys or to unregulated means of travel. The locomotive for the Hogwarts Express itself was originally built by the Muggle engineers at Crewe, in Cheshire, England, in the early-to-mid 19th.

In 1827, Ottaline Gambol rose to the office of Minister for Magic, and she made a daring and controversial suggestion to solve the ages-old problem of how to transport hundreds of students to and from Hogwarts Castle every school year without attracting the Muggles’ attention.
Intrigued by Muggle technology, the Minister saw the potential of using a Muggle steam locomotive as a secure and comfortable alternative to Portkeys or to unregulated means of travel. The locomotive for the Hogwarts Express itself was originally built by the Muggle engineers at Crewe, in Cheshire, England, in the early-to-mid 19th.

GOCELO  - Delivery beyond standard.
GOCELO  - Delivery beyond standard.
GOCELO  - Delivery beyond standard.
GOCELO  - Delivery beyond standard.
GOCELO  - Delivery beyond standard.

Hogwarts
express company

Hogwarts express company

In 1827, Ottaline Gambol rose to the office of Minister for Magic, and she made a daring and controversial suggestion to solve the ages-old problem of how to transport hundreds of students to and from Hogwarts Castle every school year without attracting the Muggles’ attention.

The task

Intrigued by Muggle technology, the Minister saw the potential of using a Muggle steam locomotive as a secure and comfortable alternative to Portkeys or to unregulated means of travel. The locomotive for the Hogwarts Express itself was originally built by the Muggle engineers at Crewe, in Cheshire, England, in the early-to-mid 19th.

The task

Intrigued by Muggle technology, the Minister saw the potential of using a Muggle steam locomotive as a secure and comfortable alternative to Portkeys or to unregulated means of travel. The locomotive for the Hogwarts Express itself was originally built by the Muggle engineers at Crewe, in Cheshire, England, in the early-to-mid 19th.

Success story

The train left Platform 9¾ without fail every 1 September at 11 o’clock in the morning, arriving at Hogsmeade station in the early evening.[3] Some students took the train back to King’s Cross Station to go home for the Christmas and Easter holidays, but some did not, as they stayed at Hogwarts.

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