The following video shows the installation process for the extension of an existing culvert that carries Creamery Brook in Windsor, Connecticut under the Amtrak rail line. The work is needed to support the addition of the second rail track through Windsor. This 150-year old culvert, located next to the Batchelder Road Bridge, carries water to the Loomis Chaffee School grounds pond that ultimately discharges into the Farmington River. The culvert was relined with new piping to ensure structural integrity and the liner continued to a new headwall was installed at the eastern end of the culvert to accommodate the second track. The relining was accomplished by inserting several sections of HDPE pipe that lock together. Concrete grout was then used to fill in the gap between the HDPE pipe and the existing culvert.