Medium: Metal Source: Sandra Woodhouse, Fredericton, NB. Description: An original fire extinguisher from the Internment Camp. Location: This object is currently on display in the New Brunswick Internment Camp Museum.
Babe was one of the horses used to haul swill from the Internment Camp to the Charles Owen Farm. Swill was transported once or twice a day. Before the wagon left the camp a guard would drive a bayonet into each swill barrel to ensure no prisoners were hiding inside. Source: Eleanor (Owen) Cooke of Saint John, NB
This image shows the water tower that was at Camp B/70. The base of this former water tower is one of the few structures that exists at the site to this day.
Glen MacWilliam of Fredericton is the small boy sitting on top of one of the six prisoners sometime between 1943-44. The scene is of the Ripples Railway Station and the prisoners were there to unload supplies for the camp. The building in the back is a grocery store and the wood platform on the left is a stand for a hand water pump. The Railway Station would have been directly in front of the prisoners.