Bradford-on-Avon

Bradford-on-Avon railway station is a railway station on the Wessex Main Line in between Avoncliff and Trowbridge. Regular services are provided by First Great Western to Bath, Bristol Temple Meads and either Gloucester or Cardiff Central in the north and Weymouth, Southampton and Portsmouth Harbour in the south with an annual footfall of 235,986. Advertise here with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists and get your message across to thousands!

As a popular tourist destination and an exciting history, the Saxon Church is Bradford on Avon’s oldest and perhaps best known buildings. It is also of national importance as one of the most complete Saxon buildings still in existence. The crossing point of the River Avon is the focal point of Bradford and the very reason for its existence, so as tourists come by rail to visit these sights, commuters go about their business and locals live their lives, get your message out to them.

Located not too far away from Longleat Safari and Adventure Park which was opened in 1966 and was the first drive-through safari park outside Africa, you are advertising in a great destination to catch the attention of visitors.

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