Brugsig gained its name from the view from inside the house on the railway bridge.
According to tradition, this house was used during the war as a hideaway for
woman. A farm worker and his child rode to the house when they were being
shot at. Th e child jumped from the horse and was supposedly shot dead.
father, marked by the rifl e man as a spy, rode under the barrage and delivered
his parcel. Today bullet-holes are still visible in the front door, as well as a
framed bullet inside the house.