No railroad covered all the ground referred to in the song 'Wabash Cannonball', but, in tribute to that song (or in an attempt to cash in on it), the Wabash railroad named its Detroit to St. Louis passenger line after the song.

The Wabash itself was a fairly short line, but carried a significant amount of volume due to its attractive mainline route from Kansas City to Detroit.

The Wabash was owned by the PRR after 1941 and leased by the Norfolk and Western in 1960. The PRR sold the Wabash to the N and W in 1968.
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