The contractors, Gilpin, are currently trying to flatten the 17 acre site.
Work started in August 2009 and it's hoped to finish in January 2010.
Before there is no more evidence left of the shop, hospital and homes, Caroline is charting the life of the place with the things she has collected.
"It was a very strong community here.
"They had their own church, their own Saturday school, their own snooker club, library, cinema and theatre."
Just some of the derelict buildings at Ilford Park
Caroline has also managed to find out more about Little Poland's former life with her contacts at the Kansas State University Archives.
"The army hospital was built to take in the casualties from the D-Day landings.
"An American army nurse, Lt Honstead, who was stationed at Stover Camp between 1943 and 1944, kept a load of pictures to show what it once looked like."
After the war the empty buildings were put to good use as one of many Polish resettlement camps.
But the history of the site remains strongly Eastern European - a new Polish home sprang up away from the derelict buildings to accommodate the elderly Polish community who settled here, while the younger generation have moved to other parts of Devon.
Detailed pictures like this were found lying around
Caroline hopes to catalogue all her finds which are at the Devon Record Office and then deposit some in the Newton Abbot Museum as well as with the Devon Medical History society.
"In Devon there's nothing really quite like this.
"It just shows that Devon is a multi-cultural place, made up of people from all back grounds with a rich and significant history."
Caroline is interested in collecting your stories of Stover Camp, both as an American army hospital and as a Polish resettlement camp.
You can write to the Anglo-Polish Organisation, Grosevenor House, 25 St Peter Street, Tiverton EX16 6NW or call 01884 250200.
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