Kemble Station

Kemble railway station is a railway station powered by First Great Western that serves the village of Kemble in Gloucestershire, England.

The station is on the Swindon to Gloucester “Golden Valley” line. Despite its rural location, Kemble station has a high number of passengers, due mainly to the proximity of Cirencester. Advertising on the available 4 sheet billboards and train car panels could be seen by over 200,000 people per year.

Traditional Cotswold activities of walking and cycling are as popular as ever, with many visitors to the Cotswolds coming for the numerous walking and cycling trails surrounded by stunning countryside.

The Cotswolds are situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with thousands of miles of footpaths and bridleways, a walker’s paradise. Walk through rolling countryside dotted with picturesque villages full of history and follow winding river valleys with some great views.

Rail advertising has the power to reach a nationwide audience, blanketing both local commuters and passengers visiting for business and leisure.

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