Travellers wet their whistle while waiting on a train that might not come

FREE TRAVEL passes for the over-65s were on show in the bar at Connolly railway station in Dublin yesterday, where alcohol was being served to anyone with a valid inter-city ticket.

Despite the Good Friday prohibition on the sale of alcohol, bars in railway stations are exempted as they have railway refreshment room licences, according to Barry Kenny, spokesman for Iarnród Éireann.

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