A building sitting at the intersection of U.S. Highway 6 and S.R. 15 was once a prime location for early automobile drivers to fill up, community blogger Tim Ashley says. It was likely opened in the 1930s.
From the early 1870s to the mid-1920s, Wabash was an important railroad town, community blogger Tim Ashley says. Read on for a bit about the area’s place in railroad history.
The remnants of old roads can offer us clues to an area’s past, community blogger Tim Ashley says. One in Tippecanoe Township shows the way roads had to be built before draining low-lying, marshy areas was an option.