View of the courthouse in Princeton, Indiana. The building has pointy-roofed tower-like sections at each corner as well as a taller central clock tower. Two cars are on the street in front of the building.
The Evansville & Illinois Railroad arrived in Princeton in 1852. Rail lines of various names provided passenger service there until 1967. Built in 1875, the Princeton Depot is the only remaining depot structure in Gibson County and is now a museum.
Gibson County (Ind.); Railroad facilities; Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Railroads
Francisco was platted in 1851. According to legend, it was named for a Spanish laborer on the Wabash and Erie Canal who was fired, built a shack, and became the first settler there. A post office was established in Francisco in 1854.