No. 4 in the nation? Not bad for Princeton’s 1911 depotBy Goldie RappApril 26, 2018 The Princeton Railroad Depot was recently ranked No. 4 in an Amtrak customer service satisfaction survey. [Photo contributed]An old photograph of the Princeton railroad depot shows what it looked like when it was dedicated by the CB & Q Railroad on Dec. 15, 1911. [Photo contributed]Railroad passengers in the early 1900s wait inside the Princeton depot, which was dedicated in 1911. [Illinois Valley Living photo/Goldie Rapp]Princeton City Clerk Pete Nelson (left) talks with Jerry Weiss (right), who is one of three employees at the station available to assist train passengers with any needs or questions they may have.Jerry Weiss (left), an employee at the station, helps a family board an Amtrak train at the Princeton depot. [Illinois Valley Living photo/Goldie Rapp]An Amtrak train in the distance prepares to stop at the Princeton railroad depot. [Illinois Valley Living photo/Goldie Rapp]Diane Cardot (right) of Amboy waits for a train to arrive at Princeton train depot with her two daughters, Clara, 2, and Emma, 8. The Cardot family likes to take the train to see family in Burlington. Cardot said it's easy, affordable and beats a car drive with her girls.