Aerial photos show the TRON coaster track is starting to be installed

It has been a big couple of weeks for the TRON coaster at the Magic Kingdom. Not long after support poles started going up at the construction site, some new photos have revealed that the track itself is starting to be installed.

The first section of track can be spotted near the base of the large red crane that has been working on the project.

As we’ve previously mentioned, the TRON coaster is a unique construction project in the fact guests will be able to watch the track go up well before a building later conceals it from view. Some incredible photos were taken in Shanghai Disneyland, like this one, and even more should be taken around the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

Blog Mickey used some of the recent aerials to highlight the path the track will take once completed.

Track layout via Blog Mickey

The TRON coaster experience will be a relatively short one, but it will be a noteworthy addition to the Magic Kingdom thanks to its unique seating position (guests ride light cycles) and bright neon canopy that will completely alter the look and feel of Tomorrowland.

The TRON coaster is expected to open by 2021.

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