London Bridge, the UK’s fourth busiest station, has undergone a total transformation to become a station fit for the 21st century.
The new London Bridge station was designed with more space and easier connections to other rail services and the underground, to handle the expected passenger growth into the future.
The new spacious street-level concourse enables passengers to access all the platforms from one place, new entrances and exits provide better routes to and from the station.
London Bridge Station a Central London railway terminus and connected to London underground station in Southwark, South-East London, and occupies a large area on three levels immediately south-east of London Bridge, from which the station takes its name.
The Station serves destinations including Bedford, Brighton, Kent and East Sussex. It is the terminus for commuter and regional services to South London and numerous destinations in South East England.
There is 1 Exhibition Site and 7 Distribution Points at the London Bridge.
London Bridge Visitor Demographics:
Promotional Space within London Bridge Train Station
Exhibition Site A:
Site Dimensions: 5m x 5m x 3m ( W x L x H) Max Weight: 3 Tonnes Maximum of 6 staff on any exhibition
Type of activity that takes place on site:
- Large experiential campaign
- Brand awareness events
- Experiential sampling
- PR stunts
- Product launches
- Promotional advertising campaigns
Type of activity who have recently been on site: