About Adam Park
Welcome to the battlefield and POW Camp of Adam Park.
‘What’s the most remarkable thing about Adam Park ?… it’s still there!! ‘ – Jon Cooper TAPP manager
The Adam Park Project (TAPP) is the first comprehensive archaeological survey of a Singapore WW2 battlefield and POW camp.
News & Events
Glad to announce I am heading back to Singapore for a brief visit this April and to explore new opportunities and project sites. Looking forward to bringing the Adam Park project up to date and finding out what has happened to Adam Park in the last two years. I am also looking into the fight […]
The great thing about having a virtual museum is that we can take on new ideas and theories about the archaeology. TAPP has been contacted by Jean-Loup Gassend, a battlefield archaeologist studying WW2 sites in Southern France. He has put forward an alternative and more plausible explanation for the poor state of the ammunition found […]
The final presentation for TAPP2 took place on Sunday January 22nd at the AGM for the Cambridgeshire Regiment Association at which the items relating to Sgt Pony Moore, previously purchased by the project from an internet auction site, were returned to the Cambridgeshire’s Regimental Museum curator Mr Martin Boswell. The items were reunited with other […]
We have added Martyn Fryer’s report on the exciting finds being discovered on Hill 105 at MacRitchie Reservoir to the Document Library. We hope we can now go to the National Parks and on the back of these discoveries and research to pitch for a fully comprehensive survey of the site. The aim would be […]
A small number of the new softback version of ‘Tiger’s in the Park’ are now available in the UK. Contact Jon Cooper through the Contacts page or via the Adam Park Facebook site for a copy.
Its with deepest regret that we announce the death of Sgt Len Baynes who passed away on Saturday 6th August 2016 All those of you who have been following the progress of The Adam Park Project will know Len as a major inspiration for the project as it was his book and memoirs that provided some […]
TAPP Project Manager has returned to the UK after 7 years of working on the project. With the website and book up and running Jon Cooper has now returned to Edinburgh and re-establishing ties with Glasgow University’ Centre for Battlefield Archaeology. This does not mean the work will stop for good at Adam Park. Decisions […]
‘Tigers in the Park’ is now available at Times Bookstores and at Kinokuniya at Takishimaya in Singapore. Its also available directly from Ethos Books if you want it shipped abroad. Changi Museum and the Battlebox will also be stocking the book. The book is linked to the website through QR codes allowing you to delve […]
The Virtual Museum is designed to work in conjunction with the publication ‘Tigers in the Park’ which not only presents a detailed account of life in the estate throughout 1942 but also interacts with the museum allowing you to delve into the documents, photographs and artifacts that were uncovered during the 7 year long project. […]
The latest survey on the mural at No.11 Adam Park on 8th April uncovered the banner above the window removed the electrical wiring conduit and revealed much of the lettering and scroll work. Each letter had been carefully penciled in then shaded with an orange paint before being framed by the Reckitts blue back ground. Further work is required […]