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Shady Dale Bank and Old Stagecoach Stop

Shady Dale, Georgia

This old building has served as a bank, post office, library, and city hall. 

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On the backroads of Georgia in Northeastern Jasper County lies the small town of Shady Dale. If you blink you could miss it. On the tiny town’s Main street, you will find an old building that was once the bank in the 1900s. The Bank of Shady Dale began operating in 1907 with a start-up of $25,000, and ceased operations and liquidated all assets in 1921. 

The building has also been used as the town’s post office and library, but now serves as City Hall. Back in the day, there was a thriving row of storefronts in this area, but they have all been torn down. Looking across the street you will see the Old Stagecoach Stop. Take a step back in time, and you just might hear the sound of horses approaching.

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