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platform 9 and 3/4 in real life (6 1/2 ave)

Jeanne Boyarsky
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I came across a NYC street sign for 6 1/2 Ave yesterday. It's a pedestrian plaza, not a real sign. But I liked it. It reminded me of Harry Potter and platform nine and three quarters.


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That's neat! I wonder when it was put up? A case of art imitating life, or life imitating art?


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In Austin, we actually have a 38th 1/2 Street


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Bear Bibeault wrote:In Austin, we actually have a 38th 1/2 Street

And yours is a real street. With buildings that get mail and all.
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Not a very pretty one, though.
 
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