Notes on the Geography of Peninsular India: Bombay 2019: Photo 17
We've pushed on north to Veer Nariman Road, formerly Churchgate Street. (I know, these changes are infinitely tiresome, especially because the old names don't go away. Anyway, Veer Nariman was involved in the Freedom Movement and for a short while in the 1930s was Bombay's mayor. The name Churchgate is very literal, because the old Bombay fort, which enclosed this area, had a gate along this road, and it was near... well, you can figure it out.)
That's the Elphinstone Building on the right, followed by the Brady House and then the HSBC Building (with the pediment).
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