If you ever see a long driveway in a rural area — particularly a gravel one — there’s a chance it was once a road, community blogger Tim Ashley says.
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.