Harpenden Station

Harpenden is a town in the City of St Albans district in the county of Hertfordshire, England. The town is a relatively affluent commuter town, with a direct rail connection into London. Geographically it is located between two much larger neighbours: Luton town and St Albans. Harpenden is a frequently used station within an average of 2,469,158 passengers a year, where your brand could stand out by advertising with the rail advertising specialists, Transport Media.

One notable feature of Harpenden is its abundant parks and commons. The central area of Harpenden, known locally as “the village” is characterised by Church Green, Leyton Green and the High Street Greens, which give the town its provincial feel. Just to the south of the town centre is Harpenden Common, contained in an area of natural beauty which was awarded a national Green Flag Award in 2007.

Harpenden Town Council is keen to help retain and maintain the environment and oversees habitat issues including bird and bat watching, the maintenance/regeneration of gorse, fungi and all the original wildlife (fauna and flora) for the benefit of the people of Harpenden, what constantly keeps attracting new visitors.

As a high valued area, Harpenden does not only offers it natural venues but also the Poets’ Corner, the Roman’s remains in land around Harpenden, as the site of a mausoleum in the park at Rothamsted and numerous and varied churches.

Frequented by local commuters and new visitors, by advertising at Railway Stations your brand is capable to reach a nationwide audience, covering both local passengers as well as tourist arriving for fresh air, mountains surroundings and a calm break.

Harpenden railway station is on a regular and fast rail link to central London now served by First Capital Connect. Trains run south to St Albans before continuing non-stop to London St Pancras International. Where trains run north to Luton and on to Bedford as well as Glasgow Central. From London, the trains continue south to Brighton via Gatwick, Sevenoaks or Wimbledon and Sutton. The rail link therefore gives direct access to both airports Luton and Gatwick. Advertising formats at the station include 4 sheets, 6 sheets, 48 sheets and train car panels.

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