New Barnet Station

New Barnet is an area within the London Borough of Barnet, a largely residential North London suburb which owes it conception to the building of the Great Northern Railway in 1850. The railway station has an annual average of 652,821 passengers a year where your brand could be introduce to a diverse audience with Transport Media, the rail advertising specialists.

Advertising at train station allows your brand to reach a nationwide audience including those commuting in daily basis plus those one arriving for relaxing break around the green areas of the borough.

As part of the Outer London, the borough is the second largest and much of Barnet is within the Metropolitan Green Belt. Frequently choose as a day break, it has sixty-seven Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation, eight Local Nature Reserves, and it is jointly responsible with the London Borough of Brent for the Welsh Harp (Brent) Reservoir, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The closest ones to the Station are: King George’s Fields, Covent Way Local Nature Reserve and Trent Park.

New Barnet railway station operate services London King Cross, Leeds, Rugby, Bath Spa, Cambridge, Bristol, Moorgate and Welwyn Garden City to name a few.

Available advertising formats include 4 sheet billboards and train car panels.

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