Tron Lightcycle Run Crane has been removed as progress is being made. We bring you a construction update as the highly anticipated coaster in the Magic Kingdom is getting closer to completion! We can see the coaster itself really taking shape! You can now clearly see the new blue netting almost finished being installed. Along with the lights on the dome. Furthermore, the giant crane that has towered over the Magic Kingdom landscape has been removed.
With the crane being removed, and the dome almost finished, what can we look forward to? I would think you should see the outside area being completed next since we cannot see inside the building to know how far along the show building is. Moreover, we would hope they start fixing the train tracks for the Walt Disney World Railroad.
For those unfamiliar with TRON or the ride; the first TRON attraction debuted at Shanghai Disneyland when the park opened in 2016. The ride named “TRON Lightcycle Power Run” is a roller coaster adventure through a semi-enclosed structure in Tomorrowland, Shanghai Disneyland. However, its official name for the Magic Kingdom is Tron Lightcycle Run!
With the removal of Tron Lightcycle Run Crane, how long before we see the Train reopen? I personally am hoping prior to the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary on Oct 1st.
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