10 Points on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus

1) It's located in South Mumbai, India.

2) Frederick William Stevens designed it, drawing inspiration from Italian Gothic architecture.

3) Earlier, it was called Victoria Terminus.

4) The name was changed to Victoria Terminus on Queen Victoria's golden jubilee.

5) In March 1996, it was renamed Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to honor Shivaji Maharaj.

6) It's the nerve center of the Indian Central Railway.

7) There are 18 platforms bustling with activity.

8) It's a crucial hub, serving as the endpoint for both local and long-distance trains.

9) The terminal's architecture beautifully blends Western and Indian influences.

10) Inside, there's a memorial dedicated to the victims of the tragic Mumbai attack in 2008.

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