Thesaurus Term/Concept: ROPEWALK

Identifier 69414
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A very long, narrow, roofed building, often two-storeyed, used for the manufacture of rope. Often attached to warehousing, an engine house or offices. Can be included within the complex of a textile mill.

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Instances/Examples (12)

Context Record
Monument Type MDR5087 Bowers Mill smelt mill and later cupola furnace (site of), Whitefield Lane, Ashover (Monument)
Monument Type MDR8376 Field barn or 'Rope Walk', south-east of Bank Top Farm, Winster (Monument)
Monument Type MDR12360 Former ropewalk, Wilne Lane, Shardlow (Monument)
Monument Type MDR62 Kinderlee Mill, Marple Road, Chisworth (Building)
Monument Type MDR12163 Leevale Rope Works (site of), Marple Road, Charlesworth (Monument)
Monument Type MDR5787 Possible ropewalk, Stanley Common, Stanley (Monument)
Monument Type MDR2275 Rope Walk, Peak Cavern, Castleton (Monument)
Monument Type MDR14401 Rope Walk, Redmoor Lane, Newtown (Monument)
Monument Type MDR15088 Ropewalk (site of), Bowling Alley, Heage (Monument)
Monument Type MDR7964 Ropewalk (site of), Woodville (Monument)
Monument Type MDR3527 Ropewalks, Endcliffe Quarry, Bakewell (Building)
Monument Type MDR3614 Taddington Glebe Chert Quarry and chert workings (site of), Parker Croft and Mill Cliff Top, Bakewell (Monument)