This location is a well-traveled spot during the week and on Saturdays between May through November.
During the week, beware of the muggles during rush hours who are headed to work.
The original Princeton Junction train station was built in 1864. As of 2011, the station was the fifth busiest train station in the NJ Transit system. On the Northeast corridor, the train connects commuters from Trenton to New York City. There is a connecting train from Princeton Junction to Princeton that is fondly called the "dinky."
During the summer weekends, beware of the muggles shopping for fresh and local produce.
The West Windsor Farmers' Market has become a fixture in the community. You can buy produce from nearby farms as well as natural goods by local vendors. There are musicians and cooking demonstrations as well. If you come on the these Saturdays, you might get distracted.