NOT A TEACHER
(1) Several days ago, a thread starter wanted to know what preposition to use in a
sentence such as "I met him ___ King's Cross [railroad] Station in London." I think
the teacher answered "at."
(2) I am too stupid to find that thread, so I am posting this in case she/he sees this
(a) I have just read the most astonishing sentence in a very literate British magazine
written by a presumably well-educated British gentleman:
"The last time I saw her was in 1997 on King's Cross Station."
(i) I may be wrong, but I am guessing that it means something like:
The last time I saw her was in 1997 on [the platform at] King's Cross Station.
(I have seen in movies the magnificent London train terminals with their
platforms on which passengers wait to board their trains.)
I agree with you, unless:
a. Kings Cross Station is a TV show. OR
b. She was on the roof.