falling into ruin

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An emergency order was placed on 467-year-old Formby Hall to stop it falling into ruin at the hands of vandals.
A scheduled ancient monument, it was falling into ruin until it was acquired by military historian George Geear.
Chrysostomos said the Church's aim is to prevent the now-decrepit building from falling into ruin.
The Dale Hotel, at the heart of scenic Allendale's historic conservation area, has gradually been falling into ruin since closing a decade ago.
The Dukesfield Arches at Devil's Water, near Slaley, Northumberland, are in danger of falling into ruin.
THE church where the Bronte sisters are buried is under threat of falling into ruin.
BIRMINGHAM'S canal network faces falling into ruin after the Government announced that British Waterways will be scrapped, a heritage group has warned.
A 700-year-old Midland church which survived dissolution by Henry VIII and Hitler's bombs has been saved from falling into ruin.
Two dozen people have contacted the council to say the homes are needed to stop the building falling into ruin.
Their home was falling into ruin and they knew that once they.
The former US president and his wife have been kept up to date with the campaign to save the historic building from falling into ruin through Keady woman Sharon Haughey, 22, who has worked as a researcher for the Clintons.
THE birthplace of Scotland's national bard has been saved from falling into ruin.