Moorfields Station

Moorfields station is an underground railway station in the centre of Liverpool, situated on both the Northern and Wirral Lines of the Merseyrail network. Moorfields is the only station on the network having services to all other Merseyrail stations.

Immortalised by the history of The Beatles, Moorfields train station has an annual footfall of over 4.4 million, with a constant stream of tourists visiting to explore the cosmopolitan city and discover its history. Rail advertising has the power to spread messages nationwide, encompassing local commuters, national travellers and international tourists entering Liverpool.

Noted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its rich architectural heritage together with The Beatles’ legacy, the city has a unique spirit and numerous factors to offer, whether you’re looking for retail, nightlife or sports. The city also has one of the most impressive collections of museums and art galleries in Europe, including the Museum of Liverpool, The Tate, The Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and the Walker Art Gallery. Furthermore, the city is home to two Premier League football teams: Everton FC and Liverpool FC.
Moorfields Station is managed by Merseyrail and runs regular services to Ellesmere Port, Liverpool Central, Southport, Kirkby, West Kirby, New Brighton, Ormskirk and Hunts Cross.


Advertising formats at Moorfields station include 4 sheet billboards, 6 sheet billboards, lift escalator panels and train car panels.


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