USS Dominik @ Brixton

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 23.01.1971. I visited this station on 12.11’2018. At the time of writing this blog, I visited 43 stations this year (15%). Since I started this project I visited 59 stations (21%) and I passed
164 stations. (60%). I passed 87%  stations of Victoria line so far.

When I arrived to station it looks like a typical station, not a terminus station. However like the benches and the entrance.

Each station on the Victoria line has a unique tile design. This one can be found at Brixton.

My first impression was that Brixton is a great place to be stabbed. While I was walking around and I discover that it is a vibrant place. I think I need to do more research about this place, come back and update this entry.

I didn’t find any awesome trivia apart of:

  • The station is the terminus of the Victoria Line.
  • OSI with Brixton Railway Station

Is Good independent coffee place nearby?

There were a few coffee places around and most people recommended a specific place, but I decided to go with the flow and I went to Agile Rabbit. It is a good place to stay for a quick coffee, catch a breath and go. It supposes to be a jazz cafe but they place some selection of Latin music and it wasn’t bad. Coffee looks soulless but it was strong and it costs only 2.50. Service was OK.

Is any Good pub nearby?

There were a few choices. I went to Trinity Arms. The pub looks quite cosy inside and it has camp style garden at the rear of the pub which I really like it. I tried a Brixton beer and it was OK. Staff was quick.

Is any Good restaurant nearby?

I knew that I will not have time to check any restaurant, so I haven’t done any research about it.

Is any compelling places to see nearby?


Is any stunning walks nearby?

I didn’t discover any.

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