The city of Lawrenceburg, Indiana reports that it saved one million dollars by employing a unique system of constructing and installing a precast underpass beneath a railroad that previously divided the city. This unique system involves precasting a concrete structure on site and then moving it under an obstacle. Cast-in-place methods would probably have involved shoring the railroad and tunneling. However, the precast method permitted the underpass to be located at an elevation high enough for gravity drainage, thus eliminating the cost and trouble of a pumping system.