"Harry Potter" fans paid tribute to Alan Rickman London's King's Cross train station, at the wall that in JK Rowling's books led to platform 9 3/4 and the Hogwarts Express.
“Harry Potter” fans paid tribute to Alan Rickman London’s King’s Cross train station, at the wall that in JK Rowling’s books led to platform 9 3/4 and the Hogwarts Express.
Flowers and scarves appeared on the trolley leading to the books’ mystical train platform at King’s Cross in London soon after news of the Alan Rickman’s death, said the Hollywood Reporter.
Some fans draped scarves over the trolley, while one even left an empty bird cage on top.
On Twitter, pictures of the memorial soon started appearing.
“Massive thank you to everyone who left flowers and notes. Potterhead solidarity. #RIPAlanRickman,” a user wrote.
Another tweeted, “Thank you to the Platform 9 3/4 shop for letting us do a tribute. #AlanRickman @WarnerBrosUK @jk_rowling pic.twitter.com/RBytdSFnhP”.