There are 10 formal stops on our Tour, to explore on your own, there will be anather Trolley along in 20-30 minutes, if you wish to follow the route. Brochures and FREE Maps are available at the front of the vehicle.
Some polular stop's of Seaport Loop
Ventilation/Steel Work Monument
The odd shaped building on the left is one of the many Ventilation buildings for the tunnels below us. There’s an entrance to the tunnels bringing vehicles under the city to Route 93 South. There is also a piece of the Expressway’s “Steel work.” The Fiduciary Building on the right is built in the shape of the lot, because of existing underground pipes, tunnels, and the layout of all the old streets.
Fort Point Channel
The Channel was a major part of the South Boston Seaport Industrial Development. This area is another major reclaimed landmass in Boston. These are the formerWarehouses of the leather and wool district. The Boston Wharf Company constructed most of the buildings for the manufacture and storage of a wide variety of goods, beginning with sugar and molasses and branching out into the wool trade by the end of the 19th century.
This is the welcoming center for hundreds of thousands of visitors to Boston and New England sailing on 4 major Cruise Lines each year. The Marine Industrial Park also houses one of the few “deep water” dry docks on the east coast.
Seaport Loop Stop List:
• Atlantic And State
• Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
• Fort Point Channel to BCEC
• Greenway and Surface Artery
• Harpoon Brewery
• Marine Terminal
• South Station is Trolley Stop S2, on our Seaport Loop.
• The Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
• Ventilation/ Steel Work Monument
• Westin Waterfront