Nüll (Wuppertal)

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City of Wuppertal
Coordinates: 51 ° 15 ′ 47 "  N , 7 ° 7 ′ 28"  E
Height : approx. 190 m above sea level NHN
Nüll (Wuppertal)

Location of Nüll in Wuppertal

The location of Nüll is located in the Uellendahl-Katernberg district of Wuppertal in the Beek residential area on the border with the Brill residential area , which is part of the Elberfeld-West district. The name goes back to an old farm name " In der Nüll ". Nüll means hill, which developed from " Knoll " and " Knüll ".

Neighboring locations are Am Schaffstal , Ottenbruch , Hülsbeck , Buschhäuschen , Am Hackland , Schörren and Am Dorp .

The Nüller Hof

The Nüller Hof

In 1832 Nüll belonged to the Hülsbeck Rotte in the rural outskirts of the Elberfeld parish . Which according to the statistics and topography of the district of Dusseldorf as Ackergut categorized place was as at the Nüll called and had at this time two houses and three agricultural buildings. At that time there were eight people living in the village, all of them Protestant faith.

The Nüller Hof, which is now operated as a restaurant with an attached hotel , was mentioned as a restaurant at the end of the 19th century. An extension to the west, which was built in 1975-1980, expanded the hotel area.

The monument status was checked by the Lower Monument Authority, but was not granted by the Upper Monument Authority in October 1993.

A Nüller Strasse was named on July 18, 1893; previously it was listed in the address book under An der Nüll in 1850 and 1883 . According to the address book from 1932, there was another street In der Nüll with the description of the location at Ottenbruch station , which was included in Nüller Straße in 1935 .

Until the construction of the federal autobahn 46 , Nüller Strasse was continuously passable from Katernberger Strasse via the confluence of Funkstrasse and the overpass over the Düsseldorf-Derendorf-Dortmund Süd railway line (called Wuppertaler Nordbahn ) to Briller Strasse . After the construction, Nüller Straße will be a dead end from Funkstraße . The Wuppertal-Katernberg junction of the A 46 and the railway line did not leave enough space for Nüller Strasse .

Web links

Commons : Nüller Hof  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b c Wolfgang Stock: Wuppertal street names. Their origin and meaning. Thales Verlag, Essen-Werden 2002, ISBN 3-88908-481-8 .
  2. Johann Georg von Viebahn : Statistics and Topography of the Administrative District of Düsseldorf , 1836
  3. Hotel Nueller Hof ( Memento of 18 November 1999 in the Internet Archive ) of http://www.nueller-hof.de/ from 1999
  4. ^ Ruth Meyer-Kahrweg : Architects, civil engineers, builders, property developers and their buildings in Wuppertal. Pies, Wuppertal 2003, ISBN 3-928441-52-3 .
  5. Entry in the list of monuments of the city of Wuppertal