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You Remembered: The Georgia Railroad Bank

...your remembrances of the old Georgia Railroad Bank. Here are some of them...progress, then I submit that had Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co. survived that...without the blessing of the Georgia Railroad Bank's leadership.? David B...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-11-01/you-remembered-georgia-railro
The Way We Were: The Georgia Railroad Bank

...Wells Fargo closed its branch Friday, ending an Augusta banking tradition.For most of those decades, the Georgia Railroad Bank ? affectionately called "The Georgia" ? had operated there, first on the northwest corner, then after 1967...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-10-25/way-we-were-georgia-railroad-
Wells Fargo closes downtown Augusta branch

...opened in 1967, constructed by Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co. First Union bank...the building when it bought Georgia Railroad Bank in 1986. Since then, Wachovia...a large painting from the Georgia Railroad Bank days, will be relocated to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2015-10-23/wells-fargo-closes-downtow
Bill Kirby: See others' gardens to really grow inspired

...his 103rd birthday Monday.Mr. Laney, some of you might recall, was the executive vice president at the old Georgia Railroad Bank when it was at 701 Broad St. SIGNAL MAN: Drew Brejda said this about the reluctance of many drivers to use their...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-09-28/bill-kirby-see-others-gardens
The Way We Were: Downtown banking boom

...particularly in the 600, 700 and 800 blocks of Broad Street.The big change was when Augusta's venerable Georgia Railroad Bank moved from one corner of Seventh Street to the other, giving up its ornate, old-fashioned building for a sleek...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-09-06/way-we-were-downtown-banking-
Ramblin' Rhodes: Doc Severinsen is bringing 'Big Band' for Evans show

...offering will be received. Call (706) 556-6818.Wren retired on July 31 with 50 years in banking. He started at Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust in 1965, which became First Union Bank in late 1986 and took an early retirement from there in 2001...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2015-09-01/ramblin-rhodes-doc-se
Augustans find place for playful relaxation at Pendleton King Park on Troupe Street

...Pendleton King, a judge and member of the U.S. Senate who aided in the development of the Georgia Railroad, the Georgia Railroad Bank, the Augusta Canal and King Mill.When King bought the plantation from the Bugg family, it contained a three-story...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/richmond-neighbors/2015-08-25/augustans-find-p
You remembered: Washington Road in 1956

...Academy in 1960 and two years later got a job at Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust as assistant head teller. Working my way...ended up as manager of the National Hills office of Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust in 1971 and stayed there during the big growth...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-06-07/way-we-were-washington-road-1
Wells Fargo to leave downtown Augusta tower

...said.The building opened in 1967, constructed by Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co. Charlotte, N.C.-based First Union bank acquired the building when it bought Georgia Railroad Bank in 1986.Augusta Riverfront Limited Part nership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2015-06-26/wells-fargo-leave-downtown
The Way We Were: Augusta's bicentennial

...non-speaking role.The bicentennial was a pretty lavish affair, celebrated in 1935 along with the 100th birthday of the Georgia Railroad Bank and the 150th birthday of The Chronicle.It had a series of pageants depicting everything from the city's founding...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-06-21/way-we-were-augustas-bicenten