Copley, John Copley, John Singleton Copley(noun)
American painter who did portraits of Paul Revere and John Hancock before fleeing to England to avoid the American Revolution (1738-1815)
Copley is a station on the MBTA Green Line light rail subway in Boston, Massachusetts. Located in and named after Copley Square, the station has entrances and exits along Boylston Street and Dartmouth Street. As there is no connection between the inbound and outbound platforms, travelers must exit the station, cross the street, and pay again to switch directions at this station. Alternatively, a free inbound-outbound transfer can be made by traveling one stop east to Arlington station, where the two platforms are connected by a free mezzanine crossover. Immediately west of Copley station, the Green Line "E" Branch splits off from the main line via a flat junction, and then runs under Huntington Avenue towards its terminus at Heath Street. Because inbound and outbound trains must be carefully coordinated when traversing the junction, this location is one of the bottlenecks limiting peak capacity of the Green Line.
The numerical value of copley in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of copley in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4