I just came across some photos which I or Gary Chan took in May 2014, while visiting Stanley prison grounds with Brian Edgar. This shows the Tweed Bay Hospital building, a building used by the Stanley Camp internees. It has been extensively renovated, of course, since the internment and is today used as a hostel for prison staff to stay overnight if they live elsewhere but need to remain for duty in Stanley. The ground floor is a staff canteen and recreation room, also containing cases with trophies on display.
We were accompanied by Joyce Ho and this was the only time I'd been able to go inside the building.