City of Princeton 

Home of the Famous Flea Market and Historic Downtown on the Fox

732 W. Main Street - Former Dizzy Bar

Attached Document or File732_W_Main_Street 1912.jpg The Hotel Riverside was built at this location because the passenger train ended there and turned around to passengers got off there. @2 Jessie Eggleston daughter of Dewitt and Jesie; #4 Margarete, daughter of Dewit and Jesie; #4 hotel maid and daughter; 5 ladie with hat and guest; 6 lady leaning on post Jessie Jackowski Engleston buried in the Jackowski plot in the Catholic Cemetery, rest are borders
Attached Document or File732_W._Main_1Paul_Ladwig_.jpg Treats Landing First building site in Princeton. Eggelston Bar. The last stop of the railroad with a roundabout. Railroad men slept upstairs. Photo of Paul Ladwig in Dizzy Bar owned by Paul and Delores Ladwig, bought from his grandmother Jessie Eggelston in 1948.
Attached Document or File732_W._Main_Street with antique_cars.jpg State of Wisconsin demolished the historic building to make way for a temporary bridge when constructing a new bridge over the Fox River. After the permanent bridge was completed, the temporary bridge was removed.
531 South Fulton Street / PO BOX 53, Princeton, WI 54968 / Regular Business Hours 7:00AM - Noon & 1:00- 3:30PM Mon. thru Fri. (920) 295-6612