South Woodford

Display your brand at South Woodford Tube station by advertising with Transport Media, the London Underground advertising specialists.


South Woodford station is part of Transport for London’s Fare Zone 4 and is situated on the Central Line between Snaresbrook and Woodford in the Borough of Redbridge. Opened in 1856, the station serves the Woodford area, which was, until recently, the site of University of London student halls and is now a set of sought-after private residences. The station sees a diverse footfall of more than four million passengers every year.


Advertisements displayed on Tube station platforms enjoy an engagement period of over three minutes with customers, and with train carriage adverts capturing passenger attention for an average of thirteen minutes, your message will have adequate time to become absorbed by your targeted audience. 79% of passengers polled have taken direct action as the result of a Tube ad; buying products, attending events, or searching for more information via smartphone or tablet. Public Wi-Fi rollout is expected at this station soon, meaning customers can go online to explore your message immediately.

Formats available at this station include 4 sheet, 6 sheet, 12 sheet, 16 sheet and 48 sheet billboards, ticket gateways and train car panels placing your brand inside the carriages.

Transport Media offers Tube advertising across all stations on the London Underground.