Frederick William Stevens
|Frederick William Stevens|
|Born||11 November 1847
Bath, Somerset, England, United Kingdom
|Died||3 March 1900 (age 52)
Bombay, Bombay Presidency, India
Frederick William Stevens (11 November 1847 – 3 March 1900) was an English architectural engineer who worked for the British colonial government in India. Stevens' most notable design was the railway station Victoria Terminus in Bombay (in 1996 renamed the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai).
Stevens also designed the Municipal Corporation Building, Mumbai the Royal Alfred Sailor's Home, the Post-Office Mews at Apollo Bunder, the head offices of the BB&CI Railway at Churchgate, and the Oriental Life Assurance Offices at the Flora Fountain.
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