a university town in central New Jersey
Princeton is served by the Princeton Branch of New Jersey Transit. It serves the city of Princeton and is located on the Princeton University campus. Trains only go to Princeton Junction as a shuttle service so passengers can connect with the Northeast Corridor Line and catch New Jersey Transit or Amtrak trains.
The Princeton Elm is a cultivar of the American Elm U. americana originally selected in 1920 by a New Jersey grower for its landscape qualities. In 1932 many examples of this cultivar were planted along two streets in Princeton, and most of these trees survive to this day http://www.botanyshop.com/OtherItems/PrincetonElmGallery/PrincetonElmGallery.htm unaffected by disease. Testing in laboratory conditions by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in the 1990s revealed that this cultivar has considerable resistance to Dutch elm disease and consequently it has been raised for commercial sale again on both sides of the Atlantic.