John Fasulo stood near the Moodna Creek Viaduct in Orange County, New York, near Salisbury Mills on the NY-Port Jervis line to capture a picture of a Sperry Rail Car in use in 1982. The rail car was testing track on the newly opened Graham line, using the Erie's old freight cutoff (though a longer route, the new Graham line removed commuter trains from the middle of towns). Sperry Rail Cars were developed by Elmer Ambrose Sperry (1860-1930), most well known for the gyrocompass, but an inventor and engineer of significant accomplishment. When this picture was taken, the Sperry car used ultrasonic equipment, replacing Sperry's initial "induction method." The image anchors "My Passion for Trains: Railroad Images of John Fasulo" at Steamtown in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in 2008.