Copley

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Copley Station was opened in 1914. This ornate wrought-iron head house next to the Boston Public Library was designed by the firm Fox, Jenny & Gale. Originally, it had light blue and white tile mosaic for the station name on the walls; however, none of these have survived.

I know Teri from Images by Dashfield posted a view of this, but I wanted to show a few angles of one of my favorite stations and a B&W format.

History of the station is from Wikipedia

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14 thoughts on “Copley

  1. milfordstreet Post author

    Thank you :)…Yes, I like that also. There are many examples of that in Boston, mixing old and new. That is the great thing about living in a relatively old area of the US. Perhaps there are such examples in Sofia, also.

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