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《中东铁路景观》 Views of the Chinese Eastern Railway

 

中东(东清)铁路公司 《中东铁路景观》  80原版银盐影集,附英文图说。尺寸不一,从8.9x12.7厘米到19x26.7厘米不等。长方形对开本。原版皮革装帧,使用原书脊重新书背。少量褪色,整体品相良好。哈尔滨,无日期,[1901-1903]

中东铁路,也被称作跨西伯利亚铁路的跨满州线,通过哈尔滨将赤塔与海参崴链接起来。它是由俄罗斯工程师在1896年获得中国政府的特许权后建造的。这条路线大大缩短了圣彼得堡和海参崴之间的旅程时间。这条铁路于190111月开始通车,但直到19037月才开始投入常规客运运营。日本将这条线路视为对其在华利益的威胁。1905年日俄战争后,该线路由日本人接管,并更名为南满州铁路。这部摄影集是由俄罗斯政府在施工接近尾声时制作的,记录了铁路,火车站以及火车本身的特点的非凡之处。其中,尤为令人感兴趣的是“豪华”一等餐厅和车厢内部和外部景观。许多照片是在中东铁路公司总部所在地哈尔滨及其周边地区拍摄的。俄罗斯在哈尔滨拥有众多业务,公司通过“哈尔滨铁路俱乐部”为该镇的娱乐基础设施做出了贡献,该俱乐部设有剧院、各种保健站和疗养院。其中还包括了一张令人毛骨悚然的照片,上面有四个被斩首的所谓的“红胡子”匪徒头像。

售价:8,500英镑

 

CHINESE EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.          Views of the Chinese Eastern Railway.     80 tipped-in silver-gelatine photographs with printed English captions. Various sizes ranging from 8.9x12.7 to 19x26.7 cm. Oblong folio. Original leather binding, re-backed using the original spine. Occasional light fading to prints, but overall in very good condition. [Harbin], n.d. [but ca. 1901- 1903].  

The Chinese Eastern Railway, also known as the Trans-Manchurian line of the Trans-Siberian Railway, linked Chita to Vladivostok via Harbin. It was built by Russian engineers after they were granted the concession by the Chinese government in 1896. This route substantially cut the travel time between St. Petersburg and Vladivostok. Traffic on the line started in November 1901, but regular passenger traffic as part of the Trans-Siberian railway did not commence until July 1903. Japan saw the line as a threat to their interests in China and after the Russo-Japanese war of 1905 the line was taken over by the Japanese and renamed the South Manchuria Railway. The present album was produced by the Russian government when construction was nearing completion and represents an extraordinary record of the features of the line, railway stations as well as the train itself. Of particular interest are the views of the interior and exterior of the “luxe” 1st class dining hall and compartments. Many of the photographs were taken in and around Harbin where the Chinese Eastern Railway Company had their headquarters. There was a strong Russian presence in Harbin and the Company was contributing to the entertainment infrastructure of the town with the “Harbin Railway Club” which incorporated a theatre and various “Health-stations” and sanatoriums. Also included is a gruesome photo of four decapitated heads of so-called “Hunghuze” bandits.

 

£8500

 

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