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Evening Standard - Distribution Network


Transport London's first free quality newspaper is available from self-selection bins on Network Rail station concourses across the capital. The London Evening Standard is also available at tube stations throughout zones 1 to 6 as well as in British Airways lounges and on Eurostar trains. Canary Wharf
The London Evening Standard is exclusively available in Canary Wharf. Every day over 30 000 copies are distributed via existing vendor sites and self-selection bins in the heart of London's financial district. On Street
Every evening, over 300 merchandisers take to the capital's streets to distribute London's first free quality newspaper, each merchandiser is strategically placed in key upmarket areas and at commuter hotspots. Retail
Most notably the London Evening Standard is available at WH Smith outlets in stations, main shopping centres, airports and in store in key upmarket high streets throughout London. The newspaper is also available at over 200 Tesco, Morrisons, Asda and Sainsbury's supermarkets. Below is a downloadable map of where the newspaper is distributed and also an insight into how many copies are picked up at each location. An interactive version of the map can be found at
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The increase to 900,000 copies has allowed us to satisfy demand from Londoners who could not previously get a copy of the newspaper and provide advertisers with the opportunity to reach even more upmarket Londoners.