"Along the local roads" Winkelsmühler Weg "and" Bracken "there was a real clear-cutting in places. Old ash and beech trees in particular were felled here - because of various diseases, they say." (rp-epaper.s4p-iapps.com/artikel/1014195/18085763)
Indeed, the dystopian sight of the former forest frightens us, on the other hand, however, the unobstructed view gives the rainy Düssel-Bach almost a river character.
December 30, 2020
"... The Bracken farm was a very old farm. In the records of the farms of the Gerresheim monastery, a Justicius de bracken is mentioned as early as 1218/31. The Middle High German word bræche means to break off. According to this, the name of the Bracken farm indicates limestone breaking . Later there were at least three farms with the name Bracken. Well-known is: the large Bracken, the Brücken-Bracken or Kleine Bracken and the Bracker Mühle. Of the three farms, only the youngest remained, the Bracken Bridge (today's address Bracken 8, 42781 Haan-Gruiten) ... "
March 24, 2020
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