Burgess Hill station

Burgess Hill, dynamic economic centre of West Sussex, is T4 Alvern latest railway station added to their portfolio. With four business parks including renowned headquarters such as American Express, Burgess Hill has a yearly turnover of two billion pounds.

Having your advertising on the seven gates of the station will guarantee you to reach more than 60,700 commuters every four weeks. Take this opportunity to target an ABC1 audience travelling from London; your advertising will be unavoidable.

Streatham Hill railway station

Location – Streatham

AdGates – 5

VPN – 82,207 (Verified passenger number) per 2 weeks

Local Authority – London Borough of Lambeth

Managed by – Southern

Platforms in use – 2

Fare zone – 3

Streatham Hill railway station is one of three stations serving the suburb of Streatham, in the London Borough of Lambeth. The wooden station building at street level faces the busy Streatham High Road.

Streatham means “the hamlet on the street”. The street in question, the London to Brighton Way, was the Roman Road from the capital Londinium to the coast near Portslade Streatham Hill railway station was opened by the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway on 1 December 1856, originally simply being named Streatham. Trains were operated from the outset by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. At some stage it was renamed Streatham and Brixton Hill before finally settling with its present name in 1869.

Ashtead Station Added

The village of Ashstead is situated in Surrey, just south of Epsom. The station is operated by Southern Rail and situated between Epsom and Leatherhead. With regular train services to Wimbledon, Clapham Junction and many other large London termini this station achieves a footfall of 80,633 every four weeks.

Ashtead Station Fact! Ashtead is frequently misspelt and unitil 1967 Ashtead Railway Station had both “Ashtead” and “Ashsted” displayed along the platforms.

Haywards Heath Station Added

Get your advertising on track with our latest AdGates addition at Haywards Heath station, West Sussex. Located in the dynamic area of the South East of England, on the Brighton Main Line to London, Haywards Heath provides an ideal opportunity to target daily commuters on their way to, or returning from London. With six gates and nearly 300,000 commuters every two weeks, your message will be unavoidable. Don’t miss this new opportunity to drive local customers to your business.