Table of contents for Across the borders : financing the world's railways in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Gunter Dinhobl and Ralf Roth.

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Contents
List of Figures and Tables	xi
List of Abbreviations	xv
Notes on Contributors	xvii
General Editors¿ Preface	xxi
Preface	xxiii
Introduction: Across the Borders	xxv
Ralf Roth and Günter Dinhobl
PART I: INDIVIDUAL ACROSS-BORDER INVESTORS	1
1 Making Tracks: Promoting The Rothschild Archive as 	
a Source for Railway History
Melanie Aspey	3
2 The Pereires¿ International Strategy for Railway Construction 	
in the 1850s and 1860s
Christophe Bouneau 	13
3 Raffaele de Ferrari, Duke of Galliera, an Investor of European	
Stature
Michèle Merger	25
4 Difficulties of International Railway Investments in Germany:	
The Example of the ¿Railway King¿ Bethel Henry Strousberg,	
1855¿1875
Ralf Roth	33
5 Leon Sapieha ¿ a Prince and a Railway Entrepreneur
Ihor Zhaloba	49
6 Economic Investors and Railway Advertising: The Influence	
of Photography in the Railway in Modern French and Spanish	
Painting in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Rocio Robles Tardio	63
PART II: ACROSS-BORDER INVESTMENTS IN EUROPE	77
7 Spanish Society of Secondary Railways: The Failure of a Major	
International Project to Create an Additional Railway Network	
in Spain
Francisco de los Cobos Arteaga and Tom s Martínez Vara	79
8 British and French Investments in the Belgian Railway Sector	
During the Nineteenth Century
Frans Buelens, Julien van den Broeck and Hans Willems	95
9 Railway Investments in Italy During the Nineteenth Century
Daniela Felisini	109
10 The French Investors in Portuguese Railways from 1855 to 1884: 	
Three Cases
Magda Pinheiro	120
11 The Dutch as Investors in Railways at Home and Abroad
Augustus J. Veenendaal 	147
PART III FROM EUROPE INTO THE WORLD: OVERSEA INVESTMENTS 	163
12 European Investment in American Railways
Augustus J. Veenendaal	165
13 European Investments in the Ottoman Railways, 1850¿1914
Bülent Bilmez	183
14 Sustained British Investment in Overseas Railways, 1830¿1914: 	
The Imperial Dream, Engineers¿ Assurances or an ¿Investment 	
Hungry Public¿?
Diane K. Drummond	207
15 John Chapman and the Promotion of the Great Indian 	
Peninsula Railway, 1842¿1850
Ian J. Kerr 	225
16 French Finance and Railway Construction in Northern China, 	
1895¿1905
Robert Lee	241
17 The Establishment of Railways in the Nineteenth-Century Brazil 	
and the Role of the Rothschilds
Maria Teresa Ribeiro de Oliveira	255
18 The Transandine Railway: A Hundred Year Long Financial	
Disaster that still Attracts Investors
Ian Thomson	269
Annex	285
Bibliography	287
Index	307

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Railroads -- Europe -- Finance -- History -- 19th century.
Railroads -- Europe -- Finance -- History -- 20th century.
Railroads -- Finance -- History -- 19th century.
Railroads -- Finance -- History -- 20th century.