Kilbroney Estate in Rostrevor, Co. Down saw much use during World War Two first by British and American troops and then as a German prisoner of war camp.
Redhall Estate stands at Ballycarry not far from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim. In 1945, it provided a base for elements of 3rd (Rumbeke) Infantry Brigade.
The Killicomaine Prisoner of War Camp stood on the grounds of Killicomaine Castle or Irwin's Castle running onto Collen's Lane, now called Princess Way.
Prospect House in Carickfergus, Co. Antrim was a base for 3rd (Rumbeke) Infantry Brigade of the Belgian Army in 1945. A memorial to them stands there today.
Waringfield Military Hospital in Moira, Co. Down treated many British, American, and Belgian soldiers during World War Two as well as Prisoners of War.
The Town Hall, Ballymena, Co. Antrim has stood at its present site since 1924. During World War Two, troops of the Belgian Army based nearby came to dance.
The Royal Hotel, Whitehead, Co. Antrim no longer stands in the town. During World War Two, it was a popular spot for British, American and Belgian soldiers.
Overseas House in Belfast, Co. Antrim was headquarters of the Overseas League who held a reception for 2 new Infantry Brigades of the Belgian Army in 1945.
The YMCA Canteen, Ballymena, Co. Antrim was a popular place for serving military personnel to rest, relax and enjoy leisure activities during World War Two.