I felt even more lost and friendless as I entered the long, cold arcade (known as the ropewalk) of the Albany.
From her ropewalk came the rope to hoist the sails made in her sail lofts.
There was but one ropewalk, and that was on the neck, inside the gate.
There was a ropewalk here which extended from where the angle of the building faces the Amphitheatre, as far as Renshaw-street.
This establishment suffered the same fate as the Warwick ropewalk during Arnold's raid in 1781.
Again he spoke of "a fellow who couldn't go straight in a ropewalk."
The challenger rode idle and alone up and down the ropewalk.
A man, who worked in the ropewalk, said something to them which they did not like, and they beat him.