This is a Tron Coaster Construction Update for September 2018. We’re going to take a look around the construction work going on to the Tron Roller Coaster project in Tomorrowland at Disney’s Magic Kingdom and see what kind of changes are being done to the site work. Just a few weeks ago we say that cranes had moved onto the Tron Coaster construction site to help in the construction of the attraction’s show building.
Thanks again to @Bioreconstruct who takes the best shots around Disney World, especially his helicopter ones giving us a Birdseye look around the property. Let’s see what we can find…
So in this shot from the Bay Lake towers, you can see the Tron Coaster Construction site:
Notice the big yellow crane on the right which will be used to put up the steel for the attraction show building. Right now there is also some re-routing of the drainage system being done.
The land for Tron has been cleared of trees for a while, and now a closer look at the action shows bulldozers flattening the land in preparation for the foundation of the steel work:
We also recently heard that 2 attractions in Disney’s Magic Kingdom are going to be closed down temporarily to make way for the Tron Coaster construction (Walt Disney World Railroad and the Tomorrowland Speedway), closing in December 2018 and Early 2019 respectively. Keep your eye on this project over the next weeks as we should start to see the foundation soon…
We’ll keep updating this post throughout the month as construction on the Tron Coaster continues…
I want to know what you think about the construction cranes up at Tron Roller Coaster site in the Magic Kingdom…
- Are you excited for the Tron Roller Coaster?
- Which new Disney World project are you most looking forward to?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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