Map Reference: C973172 (2973, 4172)
Location: About 5km WSW of Dunloy village, just to the W of a southbound minor road
This small megalithic tomb is similar in some respects to Ballylumford Dolmen. Seven uprights support a large flat capstone. The capstone was shattered in 1976 by lightning. It was repaired in 1985 and excavation at that time showed that the chamber was the remains of a passage tomb. It was probably built before 2000 BC but was re-used for burial in the Bronze Age.
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