Burma Siam


Construction of the infamous Burma-Thailand (Siam) “Railway of Death”

List of Camps

North-South

Further information at : Burma-Siam Railway

Thanbyuzayat
Kandaw
Wagale
Thetkaw
Hlepauk
Kunhnitkway
Tanyin
Betetaung
Anankwin
Thanbaya
Khonkhan
Taungzun
Kami Mezali
Mezali
Meiloe
Apalaine – No 5 Base Hospital
Apalon
Lawa
Tadein (90 Kilo)
Kyondaw (95 Kilo)
98 Kilo Camp
Regue (100 Kilo)
Aungganaung (105 Kilo)
Paya Thanzu Taung (108 Kilo)
The Three Pagodas
Changaraya
Kami Sonkurai
No 1 Mobile Force Camp
Songkurai
122 Kilo Camp
Shimo Songkurai
Little Nikki
Tunnel Party Camp
Nikki Camp
Nikki Bridge Buillding Camp
Lower Nikki
Thingomtha
Upper Konkoita
Konkoita
Kurikonta
Kroeng Krai
Swinton’s Camp
Dobb’s Camp
Johnson’s Camp
Tha Mayo Wood
Tha Mayo
Nam Chon Yai
Tha Khanun North
Tha Khnnun Base
Tha Khanun
Tha Khanun South
Yongthi
Prang Kasi
Prang Kasi
Prang Kasi South
Linson (3 Camps)
Kui Mamg
Hindat
Hindat West
Wang Hin
Kuishi
Kui Yae
Lin Tin
Kinsaiyok Main Camp
Kinsaiyok Jungle Camp 2
Kinsaiyok Jungle Camp 1
Kinsaiyok Jungle Camp 3
Hintock Cement
Hintock River
Hintock Road (3 Camps)
Malay Hamlet
Kannyu No 3
Upper Kannyu
Lower Kannyu (3 Camps)
Kannyu South
Tampi
Tampi South
Tonchan Spring
Tonchan Central
Tonchan South
Tarsao Hospital
Wang Yai
Pukai
Wang Pho North
Wang Pho Central
Wang Pho South
Arrow Hill
Non Pradai
Tha Kilen
Ban Khao
Wang Takhain
Wang Yen
Wang Lan
Chungkai
Tha Makhan
Kan’buri Base
No 2 Base Camp
Kan’buri Hospital
Tha Muang
Tha Rua 389
Ban Pong
Nong Pladuc  – Start of Railway construction in June 1942 by British POWs from Singapore

 

 

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