Alexandra Palace Train Station

Alexandra Palace Trainstation, located in the London Borough of Haringey, North London is the only station surviving out of three serving the area.

Just in front of the Alexandra Palace the Station has an annual average of passengers of 633,734. Your campaign could be exposed by the rail advertising specialist, Transport Media.

Alexandra Palace is an iconic North London venue. Designed as “The People’s Palace” and later nicknamed “Ally Pally”, the magnificent Victorian building houses an ice-rink, evening discos, there is pitch and putt, a boating lake and regular farmer’s market to enjoy in the grounds. ‘Ally Pally’ hosts a wide range of public events – from exhibitions to concerts. With one of the best panoramic views of London, Alexandra Palace became the headquarters of the world’s first regular public “high-definition” television service, operated by the BBC.

By advertising at Alexandra Palace Train Station your campaign could be exposed to a massive and diverse audience, ranging from international tourist to local residents arriving to have fun. The station runs services to and from London King Cross, Manchester Oxford Road, Coventry, Stoke on Tent, Stevenage, Moorgate, Welwyn Garden City and Hertford North, to name a few.

Advertising formats at station include 4 sheets, 6 sheets and train car panels.

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