Chatrapati Shivaji Terminal is the most famous,biggest and busiest station of Mumbai City and it has UNESCO heritage. It keeps Mumbai running because it joins all the stations together. But apart from the connectivity it is also famous for its architecture. The station was build in 1887 by Federick William Stevens. The architecture of the building is influenced by Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture. We can also see the influence of Mughal Buildings in the architecture. Ealier it was named after the reigning Queen, but then in 1996 it was renamed as Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus in the honour of Chatrapati Shivaji, Indias famous 17th century king but it is famous as CST or VT.