Stored Guardians of the Galaxy coaster track pieces form a fun Avengers Easter egg

Disney is clearly having some fun putting together the new Guardians of the Galaxy indoor coaster that’s coming to Epcot in 2021. A new aerial of the location that’s storing the coaster track reveals a clever Avengers Easter egg.

The coaster track pieces that are waiting to be installed are being stored in a location near Disney’s Animal Kingdom. There, Disney positioned the pieces in the shape of the iconic Avengers “A” logo.

Is this a coincidence? Maybe, but Disney loves to hide little details in some not-so-obvious places – even locations that can only be seen from the sky.

Consider their solar panel farm that forms a giant hidden Mickey:

Photo via the Orlando Sentinel

As fun as this Avengers easter egg is, it probably won’t be around too long. Portions of the track are already being installed for what will become one of the longest indoor coasters in the world. You can see some of the track rising into the large ride building on the left of the image below.

Leave it to Disney to transform something as simple as coaster track pieces on the ground into something magical.

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