Evelyn Moakley Bridge is a bridge and is nearby to Downtown/Financial District, Downtown Boston and Dock Square. Evelyn Moakley Bridge is also close to Northern Avenue Bridge, Computer Museum and Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Fort Point Channel is a maritime channel separating South Boston from downtown Boston, Massachusetts, feeding into Boston Harbor. The south part of it has been gradually filled in for use by the South Bay rail yard and several highways (specifically the Central Artery and the Southeast Expressway). At its south end, the channel once widened into South Bay, from which the Roxbury Canal continued southwest where the Massachusetts Avenue Connector is now. The Boston Tea Party occurred at its northern end. The channel is surrounded by the Fort Point neighborhood, which is also named after the same colonial-era fort.