The camps and distances from Bampong-Thanbyuzayat in kilometers
Camp Kilometres from Bampong-Thailand
Nakom Paton  
Non Pladuk  
Bampong Junction  
Rukke 13
Tamuang 39
Kaorin 43
Kamburi (Kanchanaburi) 50
Tamarkan 56
Chungkai 61
Tapong 73
Wan Tao Kein 83
Bankao 88
Takireu 98
Nompradai 102
Arukiru 108
Wampo 114
Wanyie (Wan Yi) 123
Tahsao (Tarsau) 126
Tahsoa North 129
Tahsoa South 131
Tonchan Central 139
Tonchan Spring 143
Tampii (Tampie) 148
Kenyu Road (Konyu)** 153
Malayan Hamlet 154
Hintok River * 156
Hintok Road * 158
Kenyu Jungle Camp 162
Saiyoke 168
Kinsaiyoke (Kinsayok) 172
Reng Teng (Rin Tin) 181
Kuii 190
Hindato 198
Linson 203
Brencassi 209
Banban 215
Takunun South 220
Dhakunun (Takanun) 227
Namuchon Yai 229
Tamajao 237
Tamuron Paat 244
Krian Krai 250
Kon Koita 271
Upper Kon Koita *** 273
Taimonta 276
Lower Neiki 282
Neiki 284
Lower Sonkurai 290
Sonkurai 294
Upper Sonkurai 298
Three Pagodas Pass 300
Changaraya 302
Payathanau 306
Ankanan 310
Auganang (105 Kilo) 315
Kyandrau (100 Kilo) 319
Lawa (85 Kilo) 328
Aperon (80 Kilo) 332
Aparaine 337
Meiloe 340
Mezali 346
Khonhkan (55 Kilo) 350
Lonsi 355
Tanbaya (50 Kilo) 360
Anarkwin 370
Beketaung (Beke Taung) 375
Tanyin 380
Retpu 385
Kun Knit Kway 390
Alepauk (18 Kilo from Thanbyuzayat) 396
Thetkaw 401
Wagale 407
Kendau (Kendaw) 410
Thanbyuzayat 415

*Pack of cards bridge
**Hell Fire Pass
***Railway meeting point 16 October 1943

Map of the Thai-Burma railway
Map of the Burma–Thailand Railway

Sources:

Lionel Wigmore, The Japanese thrust . (Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1957). Chapter 24 and 25.
2/19 Battalion AIF Association and R.W. Newton, The grim glory of the 2/19 Battalion A.I.F. (Sydney: 2/19 Battalion A.I.F. Association,1975).
PR83/068 John (Tom) Morris, A soldier's reflections forty years on .