"On June 6, 1968, in the midst of his campaign to be president of the United States,
Robert F. Kennedy died from an assassin's bullet. Two days later, after a funeral
mass in New York City, his casket was placed on a special train bound for Arlington
National Cemetery. A journey that should have taken hours took all day, as thousands
of Americans lined the 225 miles of track in a spontaneous outpouring of grief.
Paul Fusco was the only journalist on the train, and he ended up taking more
than a thousand pictures from his window."
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