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Main Cemetary, Hellfire Pass, The Bridge


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These are shots taken during the day (not ANZAC DAY) showing the various plaques & monuments etc in the Main Cemetary at Kanchanaburi, Hellfire Pass and The bridge On The River Kwai

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The Dawn Service


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The Dawn Service at Hellfire Pass ANZAC Day 2005. Includes image of the new 'controversial' Memorial at Hellfire Pass (Title Image Shown In Thumbnail Here). Attendees included Ex WW2 POWs, HMAS Warramunga Captain ans Ship's Company, Gun Plot Members and The Honourable Phillip Ruddock, Australia's Attourney General who re-opened and re-dedicated the newly revamped Hellfire Pass Museum.

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The Main Service at 1100


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The ANZAC Day Service at Kanchanaburi War Cemetary. Attendees includes by Ex WW2 POWs, HMAS Warramunga Captain ans Ship's Company, Gun Plor Members and The Honourable Phillip Ruddock, Australia's Attourney General. (Whom I an be seen having a beer with, as shown in the Thumbnail Title Image here)

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Out and About in Kanchanburi, Thailand


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Photo Collection of The River Kwai, The Train and The Railway, The ANZAC Aussie Rules Football game played at Kanchanaburi, Tiger Temple, Waterfalls and more. Including Elephants that visit you at your table while your are having dinner in a restaurant!

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Last additions - ANZAC DAY 2005 - Thai-Burma Death Railway, Thailand.
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Railway Siding Kanchanaburi406 viewsstonesMay 20, 2005
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The Bridge On The River Kwai480 viewsstonesMay 20, 2005
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The Bridge On The River Kwai409 viewsstonesMay 20, 2005
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Hellfire Pass337 viewsstonesMay 20, 2005
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Hellfire Pass508 viewsstonesMay 20, 2005
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Hellfire Pass565 viewsThe piece of track and plaque that was ripped up by the Hellfire Pass Staff and replaced by a Granite Pyramid. This piece of track was laid by personnel of the Royal Australian Navy and 3rd Battalion RAR. It was also the place where Weary Dunlops ashes were scattered. WHY did they rip it up?stonesMay 20, 2005

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