Walt Disney World’s new Tron coaster, Tron Lightcylce Power Run, has been a fun one to follow along with as construction moves forward. Thanks to aerial photos taken by @bioreconstruct shared on Twitter, we can take a look at seven photos of Tron’s progress.
Picture 1 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Aerial look at Space Mountain and Tron. A section of the canopy is up. Some thin cloud cover top left.”
Picture 2 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Aerial look through some thin cloud cover at canopy construction at Tron. Top arrow is a raised section. Nearby is a U-shaped frame where the canopy will curve downward.”
Picture 3 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Aerial look at Tron’s outdoor construction. Canopy sections are seen at base of the building. Left arrow is at concrete prep curving toward Storybook Circus. Right arrow at concrete prep for a floor or plaza.”
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Picture 4 – @bioreconstruct notes: “An aerial overview of Space Mountain and the Tron roller coaster construction site.”
Picture 5 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Arrow in the aerial is at supports for likely the Tron entrance sign. Track seen at top of the building is where the roller coaster returns indoors. It launches outside at lower left, under the canopy frame seen.”
Picture 6 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Aerial look at Tron, where the canopy is under construction over the outdoor swoop of track. At lower left is prep for a concrete floor. Up and above the arrow at right is a pair of supports likely for the attraction entrance signage.”
Picture 7 – @bioreconstruct notes: “Aerial look at the canopy under construction over the outdoor swoop of the Tron roller coaster.”
Disney’s initial deadline was to have the coaster ready to ride in 2021 – in time to celebrate Disney’s 50th Anniversary. With the pandemic hitting, construction halted back in March but the construction resumed shortly after. Disney has not announced if there will be a delay to the opening. What we do know is it’s fun to watch the progress of the coaster as it unfolds!
Want a sneak peek of what this attraction will look like? Here’s a ride through of the attraction in Shanghai Disneyland. Hold on tight!