6 Sheet billboards can be located through the train station to the platform often in large stations like Kings Cross or London Victoria. They are available as a standalone static advert or as part of a scrolling loop.
· Cross Track
Cross Track Adverts are 16 Sheet Cross Track billboards located across station platforms facing the commuters. These are usually static and costs a large amount as it is guaranteed to reach a large audience due to its large size and the higher the viewing rate the higher the cost.
· 4 Sheet
4 Sheet billboards allow smaller budget campaigns to gain access to large audiences, 4 Sheets are concise enough to be placed in locations directly facing rail passengers, from footbridges to platforms and concourses.
· Passenger Panels
Passenger Panels are smaller poster style adverts that are elevated above standing height or are placed on walls opposite seated passengers, these adverts are a way of infiltrating dense urban audiences and gaining widespread coverage for your campaign.
· Stair, Lift, and Escalator Panels (SLEPs)
SLEPs are a form of budget-friendly train station advertising that allows for wide coverage with thousands of commuters, and they are placed in proximity to certain locations, such as entertainment brands featuring in West End stations or retail products being positioned across locations near key shopping districts.
· 12 Sheet
12 Sheet billboards are placed in station walkways and on platforms, 12 Sheets offer exposure in populated locations and allow advertisers to reach various audiences whether they be locals or commuters travelling through.