Curtis "Pogo" Eldred stands for a portrait in front of Beaufort's Greyhound bus station on Thursday morning. He has worked at the station for 50 years and has no plans to retire.
Curtis "Pogo" Eldred stands for a portrait in front of Beaufort's Greyhound bus station on Thursday morning. He has worked at the station for 50 years and has no plans to retire. Delayna Earley, staff photo
Curtis "Pogo" Eldred stands for a portrait in front of Beaufort's Greyhound bus station on Thursday morning. He has worked at the station for 50 years and has no plans to retire. Delayna Earley, staff photo

After 50 years, 'Mr. Greyhound' plans to stick around bus station

December 15, 2012 06:39 PM

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