Up to 2nd August, Zabecki reports mass arrivals and then either empty trains or trains carrying property leaving TII. Then it changes;
1) On 2 August 1943, the death camp was on fire between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. During that time, two shifts of Ukrainians from the camp were bathing in the Bug. All Jews escaped from the camp, carrying weapons from the arsenal they had broken into.
The rebellion causes chaos, with damage to the camp and escaped prisoners. Then, over 2 weeks later;
2) On 18 August, a transport of Jews (Pj. 201) passed through Treblinka station, 32 wagons to Lublin.
3) On the same day, a transport designated Pj. 202 arrived at Treblinka – 37 wagons from Białystok.
One transport goes to Lublin (Majdanek) via the station and one transport goes to TII.
4) On 19 August, a transport to Lublin, designated Pj. 203, passed through the station – 40 wagons.
5) On the same day, a transport from Białystok to Treblinka arrived, designated Pj. 204 – 39 wagons.
Same again, one transport to Lublin and one to TII. That is the last transport from Bialystock as that ghetto closes. It is also the last known transport to TII as it is to be closed.
6) On 24 August, a transport to Lublin, designated Pj. 209, passed through the station – 9 wagons.
7) On 8 September, a transport of Jews to Lublin, designated Pj. 211, passed through the station, 31 wagons.
Transports to Lublin pass through the station at Treblinka, not the camp, which is being dismantled.
8) On 17 September, a transport from Mińsk Litewski to Chełmno, designated Pj. 1025, passed through the station – 50 wagons.
9) On 30 September, Rudolf Emmerich, a German railwayman, left work at the station to join the railway service in Warsaw. I know the address of his wife: Hilma Emmerich, Dresden Grossenhainer str. 97 II. I had copied this address from the envelope of a letter that Emmerich was writing.
Zabecki was recording other train movements not relevant to TII.
10) On 20 October, three wagons with Jews were dispatched from Treblinka to Sobibór.
That's it, TII is now closed, the last Jewish prisoners are sent to Sobibor and the final act is for the remaining Nazis to finish off covering up the site, as shown in Franz's photos of the excavators.