Cardiff Queens Station

Access the key urban area of Cardiff by advertising at Cardiff Queen Street train station with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists

As the Welsh capital and the largest city in the country within the biggest chief commercial centre in the country, national sporting and cultural institutions as well as the Welsh Media, makes Cardiff one of the tenth biggest cities in the UK. Taking part of continuous development, were numerous sport venues are located, Cardiff catches the eye of millions tourist a year as part of the Eurocities network. Queen Street railway station is Wales’ second busiest train station in the city, where our campaign could be seen by the annual station footfall of over 2 million, placing your brand at the forefront of this major UK city.

The power to reach a nationwide audience is offered by Rail advertising, reaching diverse audiences either local commuters or tourists visiting Cardiff for business and leisure. A major tourist destination within an extensive and diverse range of options and activities to do, Cardiff receives significant numbers arriving by train, and is also a main interchange for routes serving South and West Wales.

As one of the UK capitals, situated along the Welsh south coast, Cardiff mains attractions include Cardiff Castle, Cardiff National Museum and the Millennium Stadium. Queen street Cardiff’s main pedestrianized shopping street and home to some of the biggest high street names. The street runs east from Capitol Shopping Centre to west, to Cardiff Castle. Is the place to see some of the varied musicians and street artists as well as several pieces of public art including four pieces by Welsh sculptor Robert Thomas.

Arriva Trains Wales is the company service operator; a railway system serving Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan, Bridgend and the South Wales Valleys – and has the solitary connection to Cardiff Bay. In addition some links the city to London Paddington, Swansea, Liverpool Lime Street Station, Cambridge station, Aberdare, Merthyr Tydfil,
as well as Coryton, Penarth, Radyr via City Line, Barry Island and Bridgend via Rhoose Cardiff International Airport, to name a few.

Advertising formats at Cardiff Queen Street Station include 4 sheets, 6 sheets, 48 sheets and train car panels.

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