Dumbarton Central

Break into the expansive area of West Dunbartonshire with a rail advertising campaign from specialists Transport Media. Your adverts could be seen by the station’s impressive annual footfall of almost 750,000, placing them at the heart of the Alexandria, Bonhill and Renton conurbation.

Advertising on the ScotRail network is a sure-fire way to reach a potential national audience of millions, commanding the attention of both commuters on the North Clyde line and tourists on the West Highland line. Significant commuter traffic to both of Scotland’s main cities Edinburgh and Glasgow is seen by this station.

A category A-listed building, Dumbarton Central station itself has a rich history. Opened in 1850, the station is a notable stop-off on the West Highland line, regarded as a line more beautiful even than the Trans-Siberian by Wanderlust Magazine. The town, formerly popular for its whisky distilleries, is finding a new lease of life as a film set and tourist attraction due to its fantastic setting. At least one shipyard is still operational, giving Dumbarton a sense of living history, and a Naval base lends it a sense of authority.

As a ScotRail-managed station, Dumbarton Central is serviced by a multitude of trains; four per hour depart from its five platforms toward Glasgow Queen Street, Edinburgh and Airdrie, with a half-hourly service to Balloch and Helensburgh Central.

Formats available for adverts include 6 sheet and train car panels.

Transport Media offers rail advertising across all stations in the UK.