Langhorne Roofing, Siding, and Windows
Langhorne, while technically a borough, often refers to the majority of Middletown Township, including its neighboring borough Langhorne Manor. Originally named "Four Lanes End" and later "Attleborough," the town officially became Langhorne in 1876 to honor Jeremiah Langhorne, an early resident and former chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The National Historic Registry of Places lists a number of Langhorne landmarks, including the Langhorne Historic District, the former Langhorne Library, and the Joseph Richardson House. Popular children's theme park Sesame Place lists Langhorne as its mailing address, despite being physically located in Middletown Township.
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