The film tells the story of the faithful terrier who kept watch over his master's grave for 14 years at Edinburgh's Greyfriars
The movie - the first since the 1961 Disney classic - tells the story of the faithful Skye Terrier who slept on his master's grave in Edinburgh's Greyfriars
cemetery every night for 14 years.
friary managed to survive the then-town being looted and set on fire, ransacking soldiers and religious persecution before Henry VIII ordered it destroyed in around 1540.
friary managed to survive the city being looted and set on fire, ransacking soldiers and religious persecution before Henry VIII ordered it destroyed in around 1540.
Bobby is special for me, because when I was sleeping on the streets in Edinburgh, I went to see the statue."
People from around the world visit the cemetery after hearing the legend of Greyfriars
Bobby - a dog who loyally guarded the grave of his owner for 14 years until he died himself in 1872.
Tents have been pitched in the Edinburgh cemetery visited by thousands of tourists every year entranced by the legend of Greyfriars
Road building was sold by Birmingham-based property company Hortons' Estate.
More than 2,000 explosive charges were used to collapse Greyfriars
and around 400 houses near the station were evacuated.
Bobby died 14th January 1872 and is buried near his master.
Richard was taken to Leicester and buried at Greyfriars
after his death at Bosworth.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), which represents more than 100,000 businesses through 52 credited chambers across the UK, has moved into Greyfriars
Court in the city centre.