The Freshman was filmed in Toronto in Canada and New York in the United States of America.
Grand Central Terminal
Scene was shot While colloquially known as Grand Central Station, this building has borne its current name since its construction in 1903 to replace the older Grand Central Depot. The train station houses 44 platforms, more than any other station in the world, all of which are below ground split into two levels. The most famous part of the station is the cavernous Main Concourse topped with an elaborate astronomical mural designed by architect Whitney Warren and artist Paul César Helleu.
GPS: ['40.7526558264', '-73.9772906497']
Toronto Union Station
Scene was shot Toronto's Union Station is the largest train station in Canada and is the third train station to bear that name. Construction on the station began in 1914 just to the east of the old station, but while the building was completed in 1920, trains didn't start running through it until 1927 due to a dispute over the tracks. The building was recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1975 and inducted into the Railway Hall of Fame in 1999. The station currently operates Via Rail, Amtrak, and GO Transit trains, as well as the dedicated Union Pearson Express to the airport and subway trains through the station under Front Street.
GPS: ['43.6451807357', '-79.3806594276']
Washington Square Park
Scene was shot Washington Square is a famous Greenwich Village park originally created in 1826 as the Washington Military Parade Ground. In 1850 the land was turned into a proper park and in 1889 the arch was constructed to celebrate the centennial of George Washington's inauguration designed in the style of the Arc de Triomphe. The fountain in the middle of the park was built in 1852 and extensively renovated in 1934.
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