USS Dominik @ Hillingdon

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 is in zone 6 and belongs to the London Borough of Hillingdon, which is in the west part of London.

This Hillingdon tube station was open on 4.7’1904. I visited this station on 6.06’2021. At the time of writing this blog, I visited 20 stations this year (7%). Since I started this project, I visited 96 stations (35%), and I passed 224 stations. (82%). I covered all stations of the Metropolitan line so far.

It is worth mentioning that I saw this place during COVID-19. 

This station is middle of nowhere. The station itself looks like corridor on the airport. It is next to the A40 dual carriage road. On the side, you can see a pub and car park. That’s all. You need do a bit to walk to the town centre that feels abandoned and about to become a ruin. I didn’t bother to explore it, so I didn I feel this station in the middle of the giant roundabout and junction. Tarmac is everywhere.

Any interesting historical events and Trivia:

  1. The station name is Hillingdon, but roundel at station’ uses Hillingdon (Swakeleys).
  2. This station was served by the District line from 1910 until 1933, when the Piccadilly line took over.
  3.  It is the most recently constructed station on the Metropolitan line. The original station was demolished to allow improvement of A40.
  4. No idea how , but this station won station of they year in 1994.

Is a Good independent coffee place nearby?

I didn’t see anything

Is any Good pub nearby?

I didn’t explore it yet.

Is any Good restaurant nearby?

There are a few of them, but none to worth try it.

Is any exciting places to see nearby?

There is a Hillingdon Trail nearby, but I haven’t go there yet.

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