USS Dominik @ Northwick Park

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:


This station was open on 28.06’1923. I visited this station on 28.07’2018. At the time of writing this blog, I visited 35 stations this year (13%). Since I started this project I visited 53 stations (19%) and I passed 102 stations. (38%).

Northwick Park is suburb area. There is one little shop on the station and that is all. There is Northwick park nearby … which is full of grass and there are a even few trees here and there.

Station itself has a tiny garden.


What is unique about this station is that on the stairs there is a few arts designed by students of the Westminster University (which campus is next to the station).

There are a few a little interesting facts.

  1. 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.
  2. It is served by all stations Metropolitan line only.
  3. It was opened as “Northwick Park and Kenton” until it was renamed to “Northwick Park” in 1937.


Note: All resources I used to gather knowledge I will keep on the introduction page (