Stazione Centrale. Ink on Canvas. 11" x 17".
Milan's main train station (and Europe's eighth busiest) has so many different options, it's tough to justify calling it a single spot. Step out the front door, and you'll be treated to ledges of all sizes and variations, a couple of round rails, plenty of curbs and manual pads (including the infamous mini street gap to manual pad), and the creme de la creme: the ledge over the grate gap to rival Flushing. For the past three decades, the station has been a hot spot for both locals and touring teams, to the point where you can chart the slow decay of the ledges and ground in footage. Like any other plaza of note, Milano Centrale is subject to several spot-centric edits, including this one from our friends at Magenta, and Jacopo Carozzi's recent "Stazione Centrale" part that really showcases the possibilities the spot holds.
Part of an on-going series titled "Boarding Pass". "Boarding Pass" is a series of Posters celebrating some of Skateboarding's most iconic, beloved, and amazing skate spots, world wide.