Orient Express Hotels Ltd., the Bermuda-based luxury travel and real estate firm, plans to build and operate a $2-billion, 528-mile freight railway line that will extend its railway network in the Andean country to Brazil, the company’s Peru manager, Laurent Carrasset, said. Orient Express Hotels is best known in Peru for operating the train service from Peru to the famous ruins of Machu Picchu, but the company also has a significant presence in regular railroad interests, recently completing a $25-million upgrade of a rail line serving Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc.’s copper mine in southern Peru.