|Pathway leading to the Shakey Bridge|
|One could find the keys to the graveyard here|
Across from the graveyard is a spooky looking 18th century house, which belonged to my cousin's great grandmother, I believe the inscription read 1723. Just down the road from the graveyard one can access the Six Mile River walk, one of many access points around Antrim, it is from this route one has to cross the Shakey Bridge, which is a bridge dating from around 1850 which allowed acess between the two mills. Of course, due to health and safety, the bridge was restored in 2005. This route from Muckamore in particular is one of the creepier ways to explore the river, the paths are overgrown with forestry and there is an eerie silence as one walks toward the old water wheel, which is fenced in to protect its rusting debris. I don't recommend taking this particular route alone, there is just something creepy about it, and I definitely don't recommend this pathway when it has been raining, the pathway is narrow and the river rushes past when in flood. If you wish to explore the Six Mile Water, now known as the Mill Race, there are various other routes, with widened paths which are always busy with other explorers.