Churchgate refers to one of the gates that used to be in the walls around Mumbai. Today it's a place to visit, both for the historical building, and for the newer train station there. The walls were torn down in the mid 1900's, but the train station was not built until the 1930's. The building has an interesting structure in that it is far more modern than the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, but offers a different look at Indian station architecture. Within walking distance of the Flora Fountain, the whole area around Churchgate is good for strolling around, taking pictures, and admiring the different types of architecture and buildings.