Alcohol binned at Aberdeen Railway Station in football crackdown
Rail services running ‘dry’ during matches
ALCOHOL worth thousands of pounds was binned at train stations in a football crackdown.
British Transport Police officers were manning Aberdeen Railway Station to stop Tartan Army supporters from taking alcohol on trains.
All rail services between Aberdeen and Glasgow were running “dry” on the day of Scotland’s World Cup qualifier with Serbia at Hampden Park.
Scotland take on Macedonia in Glasgow tonight and ScotRail is expected to place enhanced restrictions on all trains from Aberdeen today.
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