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/
The railway station was opened in 24.04’1865, and Central line started to stop here since 25.09’1949. I visited this station on 19.01’2019. At the time of writing this blog, I visited 21 stations this year (7%). Since I started this project, I visited 74 stations (24%), and I passed 201 stations. (38%).
I passed 91% stations of Central line so far.
It was the last station I visited during my reconnaissance mission to explore the east part of London. My route from home to home with stops at Marylebone, Edgware Road, West Ham, East Ham, Hornchurch, Upminster Bridge, Upminster, Romford, Forest Gate, Stratford, Epping and Theydon Bois
It is a classic suburban station with unusual departure board for Central line:
Apparently this bridge was made in 1885 in Glasgow.
There is some house on the station.
Theydon Bois is a village in Essex. It has own website that is a worth visit if you like web design from late 90’s http://www.theydon.org.uk/. There are a few shops and a pub.
The pub is called the Bull that has a decent design but as I was tired and I had a long way to home I decided to skip it, but it remains a place to visit in the future.
Only, the road to the Theydon Bois that has street lighting – the rest of the town has none of it.
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/)