Europe's High Speed Trains: A Study in Geo-Economics

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xvii
  • Note xix
  • Chapter 1 - Europe: the Map and The Economy 1
  • Notes 14
  • Appendix A: Table of Distances (km) 17
  • Appendix B: Railway Names and Power Systems 18
  • Chapter 2 - Time in Transportation, Speed On Railways 21
  • Notes 38
  • Appendix: Simplified Transportation Economics 42
  • Notes 52
  • Chapter 3 - Japan's Shinkansen: Where It All Began 55
  • Notes 66
  • Chapter 4 - France and the Train à Grande Vitesse 69
  • Notes 108
  • Chapter 5 - The Channel Tunnel, the London Problem, the United Kingdom 115
  • Notes 134
  • Chapter 6 - Italy, Direttissime, Sistema Ad Alta Velocità 137
  • Notes 159
  • Appendix: Fs Formulas for Pendolino and Other Train Speeds On Curves 163
  • Note 163
  • Chapter 7 - Germany and the Intercity Express 165
  • Notes 189
  • Chapter 8 - The European High Speed Train Network, the Alpine Wall, Switzerland and Austria 193
  • Notes 218
  • Chapter 9 - Iberia and the Spanish Tren De Alta Velocidad 223
  • Notes 248
  • Chapter 10 - North and East and Elsewhere 251
  • Notes 279
  • Appendix A: Very High Speed Non-Rail Systems 282
  • Notes 286
  • Appendix B: Table of Measurements and Equivalences 287
  • Note 288
  • Bibliography 289
  • Index 299
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