Harry Potter Fans Created A Fitting Tribute To Alan Rickman On Platform 9 3/4 – Design You Trust

Harry Potter Fans Created A Fitting Tribute To Alan Rickman On Platform 9 3/4


Alan Rickman’s untimely passing devastated his peers and fans alike, spurring an onslaught of social media tributes. Not to be outdone, Harry Potter fans found the perfect way to honor the memory of Rickman and Snape, turning Platform 9 3/4 at King’s Cross into a shrine to the late actor. Letters and flowers (especially lilies… sob) piled up by the wall that we wish we could run through to catch the Hogwarts express.

h/t: distractify, metro

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