Potters Bar Station

Situated in the county of Herefordshire, Potters Bar owes it development to the arrival of the Great Northern Railway.

Nowadays the station has an annual average of 1.45 million passengers, where you brand can stand out, exposing it with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists.

By rail advertisements, your campaign will be able not only to reach those local commuters but also those passengers either travelling nationally or arriving at Potters Bar for business and pleasure.

Potters Bar railway station is the highest on the line between London’s King’s Cross railway station and York.
The First Capital Connect route serving Potters Bar links the town to various North London suburbs to the south before terminating at either King’s Cross or Moorgate station. Northbound, the railway connects Potters Bar to Peterborough, Cambridge and Letchworth Garden City as well as towns en route to these destinations such as Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage.

Advertising formats at the station include 4 sheets, 6 sheets, 48 sheets and train car panels.

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