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/
Chorleywood is in the Zone 7. This station was open on 08.07’1889. I visited this station on 18.08’2018.. At the time of writing this blog, I visited 0 stations this year (0%). Since I started this project, I visited 91 stations (33%), and I passed 222 stations. (81%).
It is suburb village in metroland that is surrounded by many green areas. It is a great place to pop in if you want go for long walks, hikes or runs.
- The last station within Hertfordshire.
- This station has a few names It starts as Chorley Wood then renamed to Chorley Wood & Chenies then went back to Chorley Wood 1934 and in 1964 renamed to Chorleywood.
- One of the 5 stations that are outside of M25.
- Least used station on the Metropolitan line.
- The name literally means “peasant’s wood”.
Is Good independent coffee place nearby?
I went to Rootz and it is nice place for coffee and quick bite.
Is any stunning walks nearby?
A several minutes away from the station there is a Carpenters Wood. It is an ancient Chilterns beechwood. There are cycle and horse paths. You can see Roe deer if you lucky enough. Another place is a Chorleywood Common, but there is nothing excited about it. It is one of start/finish point for the Chess valley walk between Rickmansworth and Chesham.
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/)