Solar bridge puts railways on right track to sustainability

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Blackfriars station to host London's largest solar array when it opens next year

Work on the world's largest solar bridge formally begins today as the first of more than 4,400 solar panels are installed above the new Blackfriars station platform. The historic London site is undergoing...

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