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One of the most visible buildings in Lansdale will soon be nothing but a memory.Demolition has already begun inside, and could be complete as soon as Monday on the former Lansdale police station, located just west of the department’s new home at 1 Vine St.Leaving the original station for the library building was “a good fit for us — I was very, very happy to leave that old building.

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It was time to move, but we forget about that kind of stuff and you start remembering all the fun stuff,” he said.

For Kromdyk, that fun stuff included playing pranks on fellow officers during long nights and late shifts: one particular prank involved parking a detective’s patrol car beneath a tree that was a common resting place for crows that flocked to Lansdale in the mid-1980s and ‘90s, then startling the crows with a flashlight or floodlight so the crowd would leave parting gifts on the car below.

Set on 11.5 acres, Hancock Street Park offers a peaceful community retreat.

Paved and wooded trails meander along open grassy spaces leading to a small lake where visitors can enjoy picnics, the playground or gazebo.

Norristown Farm Park is 690 acres of nature and opportunities to get closer with the wild.

Features of the park include a trout nursery, a working farm, paved trails, creeks, and historical structures.

Located in the heart of Montgomery County is the family owned and operated dairy farm and farm market known as Merrymead farm.

When visiting the farm enjoy local produce, honey, beef and pork products and much more.

Home to the only surviving residence of a former Colonial Pennsylvania Governor, Graeme Park is a magical piece of land.

The beautiful home sits on 42-acres of land that includes lush grassy hills, a garden and a serene lake.

In the early 1970s, the library approved plans and moved from that building into its current location at Vine and Susquehanna Avenue, a building that had previously been an ACME supermarket.

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