|Height :||325 (318-330) m above sea level NHN|
|Residents :||311 (2014)|
|Postal code :||90530|
|Area code :||09122|
The village is about 13 kilometers south of Nuremberg and five kilometers east of Schwabach on the state road 2239 between Kleinschwarzenlohe and Penzendorf an der Schwarzach . This crosses under the Main-Danube Canal in the west of the village and flows into the Rednitz on the northwestern edge of the municipality near Schwabach . The Vogelherd corridor area is to the north, the Grund and Espan corridor areas to the northeast and Hohenrain to the east.
The state road 2239 leading to Kleinschwarzenlohe (2.2 km north-east) and a ramp onto this highway-like -developed national road 2 (km southwest 1.3) containing 1 km further north on the motorway A 6 flows ( AS 57 Roth).
The Schwarzachtal was already settled by people in the Stone Age, as individual finds show. Some Bronze Age graves are only a few kilometers upstream. These date from around 1600 to 1300 BC. In the municipality of Wendelsteins around 20 ground monuments from the Mesolithic , Neolithic and Latène times have been qualified. At the turn of the century, the entire Regnitz river system was considered to be the area where the Narisker rivers (see map 1). Around the year 650, Boirian settlers advanced into the Schwarzachtal from the southeast, but were pushed back again by the Franks coming from the west around 725 .
The place was first mentioned in 1299 as "Newsezze". The place originally consisted of a mill and five farms. The Ebrach monastery originally had a farm there, but it was sold in 1302. However, it can be assumed that rural settlement was much earlier, as the neighboring towns of Schwabach in 1117 and Königshammer in 1200 were already mentioned in a document. Neuses lies on their straight line connection and without already settled farmers there would have been no taproom or mill.
Towards the end of the 18th century there were 10 properties and a community shepherd's house in Neuses. The high court north of the Schwarzach exercised the Brandenburg-Ansbach judgeship Kornburg , south of the Schwarzach the judgeship Schwand . The village and township government had the imperial city of Nuremberg held. All properties had Nuremberg owners as landlords ( von Holzschuher : 2 whole courtyards, 1 whole courtyard with tavern , 1 three-quarter courtyard, 1 half courtyard , 1 Köblergut , 1 Gütlein; von Praun : 2 Gütlein, 1 grinding mill). In 1801 there were still 10 properties in the village.
The historic mill has been expanded and reshaped several times and has been family-owned since 1880, according to the operators. Milling still takes place, but no longer with a classic mill wheel. Instead, the hydropower is used to generate electricity using two fish-friendly Kaplan turbines . A mill shop is also operated.
- At the mill 5: associated half-timbered barn
- Hembacher Weg 4: Associated half-timbered barn
- Penzendorfer Str .: parish hall
- Penzendorfer Str. 1: Former farmhouse
- Penzendorfer Str. 2: Gasthaus Weißes Roß
- Schäferstrasse 1: Associated half-timbered barn
Since the Reformation the place has been predominantly Evangelical-Lutheran. The residents of the Evangelical Lutheran denomination north of the Schwarzach were originally parish according to Our Lady (Katzwang) , the residents south of the Schwarzach were parish in the town church of St. Johannes and St. Martin (Schwabach) . Today the entire place belongs to the parish of St. Nikolaus (Kornburg) .
The Rhine-Main-Danube Canal runs directly to the west of Neuses and spans the lower reaches of the Schwarzach and State Road 2239 with an imposing 219 meter long steel trough bridge. In 1979, before the complete completion of the canal, which had already been flooded in this section, a dam broke in the neighboring village of Katzwang, 4 km to the north . In less than three hours, all ran attitude , and taught at extensive devastation. There was one fatality and several injuries. After repairs and structural improvements, the sewer went into (bagging) operation in this section in 1987, initially as far as Lände Roth . It has been passable from the Main to the Danube since 1992. Since 2008, the canal and the Schwarzach in Neuses have been connected to a flood relief power plant that can generate up to 550 kW of electrical energy.
To the west, right next to the canal, runs a municipal road that connects State Road 2239 with State Road 2407 , a former service route. In the past, huge deposits of building sand were mined there. The exploited sand pits were used as residual and household garbage dumps from 1950 to 1975 and were backfilled. During the construction phase of the Main-Danube Canal, the landfills were closed, sealed and covered with excavated canals. The area was then partially renatured . Today, building rubble is mainly recycled there. However, there are occasional unpleasant smells from residents right up to neighboring towns if landfill gas escapes or if one of the landfills has to be opened for control purposes.
Local public transport
A local public transport stop , via which Schwabach, Wendelstein and Feucht can be reached, is served by a bus line on weekdays. There is no public transport connection on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
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- Pictures of the dam breach in Katzwang 1979
- Illustrated report on the Wendelstein hydropower plant ( Memento of the original from January 7, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF file)