You want to move your dishes and living room furniture, you call Mayflower.
You want to move your whole house — or school or train station or museum — you call Wolfe House & Building Movers.
The Berks County company comes to Lancaster County half a dozen times a year to perform the service, a jaw-dropping process that invariably attracts crowds that marvel at the strange sight of a building slowly gliding over the ground to a new location.
Last week, the company moved an Elizabeth Township house out of floodwaters’ reach. In July, Wolfe moved an 1800s brick farmhouse 300 feet along Willow Street Pike. A year ago, it moved a 200-year-old former tavern back from a road in West Donegal Township.
Lancaster Online reported on this story.
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