Partners

The KBH Network

We currently work with 13 train operating companies, providing advertising opportunities inside train carriages across a wide-reaching network. Our partners cover an extensive area around London and the South East region as well as north to Liverpool and west to Exeter.

c2c
c2c

Serving parts of East London and Southern Essex, c2c connects London to the seaside on the east coast of England, including the popular Southend-on-Sea. The line runs into the heart of the City of London financial hub, carrying a lot of regular City worker commuters each day.

c2c website
Gatwick Express
Gatwick Express

A non-stop service between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport, the Gatwick Express gets travellers from central London to the airport in only 30 minutes.

Gatwick Express website
Great Northern
Great Northern

A major commuter route into London from Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, Great Northern’s network includes an hourly train between King’s Cross and Cambridge, as well as outer suburban services in North London to points of interest like Alexandra Palace.

Great Northern website
Great Western Railway
Great Western Railway

GWR is an extensive network connecting London Paddington to much of the southwestern corner of England, with advertising opportunities available on trains going through Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex.

Great Western Railway website
Greater Anglia
Greater Anglia

Greater Anglia operates the East Anglia railway franchise that runs services from London Liverpool Street to destinations in Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk. Trains run as far north as Norwich and as far west as Essex coastal towns like Harwich. The network runs directly into the City of London financial district, and sees a large number of City workers commuting every day.

Greater Anglia website
London Midland
London Midland

Operating from London Euston to the West Midlands and beyond, London Midland runs long-distance services to both Birmingham New Street and Liverpool Lime Street, forming a major route between London and the north.

London Midland website
London Overground - Lea Valley line
London Overground - Lea Valley line

KBH sells advertising on the Lea Valley sector of London Overground, which runs from Liverpool Street station to suburban destinations in north-east London. These include increasingly popular spots like Hackney and Stoke Newington, as well as White Hart Lane where the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium complex is under construction.

London Overground website
South Western Railway
South Western Railway

The busiest network in the UK, South Western Railway is the main operator of suburban commuter services from London Waterloo throughout South West London as well as running long-distance trains to towns along the south coast of England. Destinations served by South Western Railway include Portsmouth, Weymouth, Bournemouth, Exeter, Bristol and Southampton.

South Western Railway website
Southeastern
Southeastern

Services connecting London with the far south-east corner of England are operated by Southeastern. As well as serving an extensive suburban network across southern Greater London, high-speed trains run from St. Pancras to coastal destinations like Margate, Dover and Folkestone in under 90 minutes.

Southeastern website
Southern
Southern

As well as connecting London to Gatwick Airport and Brighton, Southern is the main operator of south coast services west of Brighton to Southampton and Portsmouth, and east to Hastings and Eastbourne. London metro services run from Victoria and London Bridge to major centres like Croydon. Southern also operates a service to Milton Keynes north of London.

Southern website
Stansted Express
Stansted Express

The fastest route between Stansted Airport and Central London, the Stansted Express service runs every 15 minutes from London Liverpool Street Station and takes just 47 minutes. 

Stansted Express
TfL Rail
TfL Rail

A commuter route operating from London Liverpool Street to Shenfield in Essex, TfL Rail runs six trains per hour, calling at major stations in East London like Stratford and Romford.

TfL Rail website
Thameslink
Thameslink

Thameslink is a service that crosses London vertically travelling north to Bedford and south to Brighton. As well as serving suburban stations in Greater London from St. Pancras, Blackfriars and London Bridge, Thameslink trains go to both Gatwick and Luton airports.

Thameslink website

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