Hundreds of mourners gathered for the funeral of an iconic Dundee record store owner on Tuesday.
The 65-year-old sold vinyl records in the city for 43 years.
Mr Brodie had been suffering from various health issues for some time but took a turn for the worse in July.
His funeral took place at Dundee Crematorium on Tuesday at noon.
Groucho’s has been closed as the funeral takes place.
Posting to Facebook ahead of the funeral, staff wrote: “All of us here at Groucho’s would like to take a moment this morning to extend an enormous thank you for the overwhelming response to the sad news of the passing of our long time boss and friend Alastair “Breeks” Brodie.
“It’s been a funny old week in here to say the least but it has been made easier by the visits and messages from our loyal customers, the people we still see day in and day out and those who don’t get a chance to get in so often nowadays, we really do appreciate you.
“The boss man has left some very big shoes to fill but we will continue to do our best to bring you the kind of second hand record experience Dundee deserves, and which Alastair has delivered since day one in 1976.”
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