Our favourite walk was to Keller's Landing, an old tumbledown lumber-wharf on the Tennessee River, used during the Civil War to land soldiers.
tumbledown walls of broken limestone.
tumbledown cottage in Bovey Tracey, to be exact in Church Street.
Often a noise has come from the side of some tumbledown building.
A little orphan girl lives with her cruel aunt in a rambling, tumbledown house.
He lay fast asleep in the shelter of a tumbledown building buried beneath a massive and almost impenetrable thicket of thorns.
He dwelt in a humble tumbledown cottage in Bovey Tracey, to be exact in Church Street.
In fact, it looked a bit like a crumbling, tumbledown barn.
The original field divisions can still be seen in many places as tumbledown walls of broken limestone.
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