A standard metro station with some super mutants inside, including a super mutant suicider. One end of it leads to the street level, while the other one connects to the Boston Public Library.
The entrance of the station leads down to the main subway platform. Going toward the back and hooking back around the subway cars, there is an open car containing a cooking station, which also connects to another car containing a chemistry station.
On the eastern side of the platform is a stair that leads up to the door to the library. Passing an Easy Speech check at the intercom is required to gain access, passing it will also cause the robots inside to be friendly towards the player.
- Super mutant heavy gauntlets - When entering Copley Station from the stairs outside the Boston Public Library, the gauntlets will be on a tipped over newsstand, just past a fallen Nuka-Cola machine, near the subway train.
- Mini nuke - On the super mutant suicider, if killed prior to detonation (same area as the gauntlets).
- Vault-Tec lunchbox - At the very back of the station, on the lefthand side, in a stroller.
- The speech check at the intercom reveals that the mayor's six-digit code to access the library is 123456.
Copley Station appears only in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenes
Copley Station is based on the real world location of Copley station, located under the Boston Public Library McKim Building. The street level entrance next to the library is nearly identical to that of the real world.
The intercom might not communicate with you. This will make the door impossible to open without lockpicking. This leads to the turrets in the library attacking you, and once attacked by the turrets, the residing Protectrons will also turn hostile. Restarting the game or reloading save doesn't fix the issue.[verified]