Wharf Row(w, n, e, sw and s)

The street here is long and narrow, with barely enough room for a merchant to move a cart about. With the entire city held up on wooden supports over Long Lake, space is at a premium and cannot be wasted. Under your feet, wooden boards keep Laketown from falling into the water. The chinks in the wood are filled in with pitch to prevent small valuables from falling through the cracks.
You can see the Market-Pool to the southwest.
The north door is closed.
The only obvious exits are west, north, east, southwest and south.
A streetlamp [lit]