USS stands for underground’s secret search, and it is about exploring things around London’s underground station. Read more about it in my introduction: https://dominiksymonowicz.com/2017/07/07/uss-dominik-underground-secrets-search-introduction/
This station was open on 15.06’1912. However, the Bakerloo line started serving this station from 16.04’1917 I visited this station on 28.07’2018. At the time of writing this blog entry, I visited 35 stations this year (13%). Since I started this project I visited 53 stations (19%) and I passed 102 stations. (38%).
Kenton is another boring suburb station with serval non-interesting shops. The only interesting thing I can find here was anti-gravity bins 🙂
To fill this post something, there are a few pictures of Kenton station :
I found one useful tip:
- The interchange between Kenton and nearby Northwick Park is classified as Out-of-Station Interchange. It means if your journey includes a change at Northwick Park to at Kenton it will be charged as a single journey. For example then when you travel from Harrow-on-the-Hill to Wembley Central and touch out at Northwick Park walk to Kenton and touch in there then it will treat as a single journey.
- The Bakerloo line service was withdrawn between September 1982 and June 1984
Note: All resources I used to gather knowledge I will keep on the introduction page (https://dominiksymonowicz.com/2017/07/07/uss-dominik-underground-secrets-search-introduction/)