Examples of concourses include:
- Meeting halls
- Railway stations
- Conference centers
- Airport terminals
- Shopping malls or portions of shopping malls which are often called "shopping concourses"
- Sports arenas and stadiums
- Sixth Form Common rooms
Public transport concourses
Leeds City bus station concourse, 2007
Leeds railway station concourse, 2009
Liverpool Street concourse, 2009
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4 concourse, 2006
London Paddington station concourse, The Lawn, 2009
St Pancras shopping concourse during Christmas, 2011
St Pancras entrance concourse, 2009
Car park concourses
More recently, "concourse" is often used to refer to a situation where people come together in online presence, even if they don't come together in real physical life. An example of such an online community is the IEEE Student Concourse, as well as various online shopping concourses.
- This local village name for its common land may imply an early usage of the word, concourse.
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