The naming of the camps users the naming convention, accepted by the Center For Research, this sets out the known details of the camps on the Burma Thailand Railway and makes allowances for the spelling differential. Neil MacPherson and Rod Beattie have worked to make this as accurate as possible.
For those who worked on the Burma end, the men used the distance from Base Thanbyuzayat as camp names. Example 35 Kilo Camp, MacPherson's first camp in Thailand, the tendency was to use the name of the nearest village, so the list gives both name (Tanyin) and kilo (35) camp designation.
The camps using the standard set by Neil and Rod are shown in Red and the distances are shown in kilometres from the base camp at Nong Pladuc in Thailand and from the base camp at Thanbyuzayat in Burma.
Please click on a camp for more information.