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MBTA Copley Station Construction, September 2010 The MBTA reconstruction of Copley Station is well on its way to completion.

As part of the project to install elevators and make Copley Station fully accessible, work crews are also restoring the historic subway station entrance in front of the Boston Public Library to its original turn of the 20th century elegance.

As part of the restoration, blacksmiths/craftsmen at DeAngelis Iron Works in South Easton are refurbishing/recasting the ornate exterior elements of the head house and then shipping them to the job site for installation.

The new and improved Copley Station opens at the end of next month.

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