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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone/Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - I Thought the Hogwarts Express Was Steam?
When Harry and friends are boarding the Hogwarts Express, you can clearly see over head electrical wires above the train, why would they need these on a track that is used only once a year by a steam train?
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Mr. ZIPPY on 06-19-2004
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jake1001 writes:
The train is actually magic. I dont believe it runs on steam or electricity. But I do believe the train may run on tracks for muggle trains.
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caillin writes:
Maybe they are for something else like lights
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Gary Lynch writes:
There is no suggestion that the Hogwarts Express is the only train travelling through here. It could be for any other train.
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