How the iconic photos taken from RFK's funeral train were almost lost forever
Fifty years ago this week, Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated moments after winning the California Democratic presidential primary. Following his funeral in New York, Kennedy’s body was carried by train to Washington, D.C. Along the way, thousands of mourners lined the tracks to pay their final respects. That train trip is enshrined in the memories of those who witnessed it and is the subject of a special photo exhibit on display now in New York. Vladimir Duthiers reports.