Graham sighs as he pulls his luggage beside him, he had just gotten to the train station. Just like his mother before him, he was going to Arcandur Academy. He is what they call in the wizarding world a Half Blood since only one of his parents is a witch or wizard...which just so happens to be his mother. When it came time for him to join the school an owl appeared and gave him a letter plus an odd looking key. As well as instructions on where to go and what to do with the key. Once as student reached where the secret door was, the key would light up. Graham sighs as he continues to walk around the train station. His Eagle Owl, Toto, would occasionally make a noise from the cage that was on top of all his luggage. Where is it? So far it seems that I have passed just about every door and pillar and still nothing. He thinks and then continues walking. He was just about to walk past the last pillar when the key around his neck began to glow. He looks down at it and then make sure that no one was looking. Of course it was way in the back, so no one would notice any way. He goes up to the pillar and draws a door. Making sure the door knob had a key hole, he steps back. Taking the key from around his neck, he then goes up to the door. Just as he was going to put the key in the make believe key hole an actual door appeared. He then puts the key in the key hole and the door opens. It led down a dark hall. Sighing once again he goes down the hall. In fact it was a very short hall which led to a platform. The platform was called Arcandur Platform. There waiting was a large train. It hisses and sighed as steam came puffing out of it's sides. Without hesitation what so ever, he boards the train. He just picks a random seat, before sitting down he places his stuff or most of his stuff above him and places the covered cage of his Eagle Owl next to him. Graham didn't know very much about the school besides what his mother had told him. That is was a castle like place that was deep in some woods that was in an unknown location. And that it had a cloaking spell on it, making it seem as if nothing was there to other people- who weren't students, staff or visitors. Sighing once again, he looks out the window. He was hoping that the train would start moving soon.