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7 days ago

Scotland Correspondent

Less than a month after opening to international acclaim the new V&A Dundee has welcomed more than 100,000 visitors.

In just three weeks the spectacular attraction has attracted a fifth of its predicted annual visitor numbers of 500,000 people.

Check out what all the fuss is about in the 11-page photo spread in Scotland Correspondent magazine issuu.com/scotlandcorrespondent/docs/scotland_correspondent_issue_22/10?ff=true
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Scotland Correspondent

October 1 marks the 230th anniversary of the death of one of Scotland’s most notorious criminals, William “Deacon” Brodie.
The infamous Brodie, the real Edinburgh villain whose double life inspired Robert Louis Stevenson to write the ‘Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’, was executed on 1 October, 1788 in front of a jeering crowd of 40,000 people.

By day he was a respected man about Edinburgh but he abused his trusted position as furniture maker and locksmith to the wealthy to rob and burgle his way around the city by night.

TV antiques expert Roo Irvine looks at the legacy of the gifted cabinet maker whose unsavoury reputation has added value to his work. issuu.com/scotlandcorrespondent/docs/scotland_correspondent_issue_21/58?ff=tru
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