More Canopy Added, Work Continues on Entrance to TRON Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom

More canopy pieces have been added to the exterior portion of TRON Lightcycle / Run at Magic Kingdom and work continues on the entrance to the attraction.

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Crew members in three scissor lifts were working on the canopy framework leading to the entrance.

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The green sheathing at the main entrance has been covered with black sheathing.

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Some green and grey sheathing is still visible on the show building to the left.

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Below the coaster and canopy is the tunnel for the Walt Disney World Railroad.

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There are two walls on this side but not yet a rounded ceiling.

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One wall ends with rebar sticking out of it, suggesting it will be expanded further.

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There are square openings inside the tunnel.

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A crew member was laying a yellow sheet down at the front of the tunnel when we rode by on the PeopleMover today.

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The second wall ends with a finished slant, so this may be where the actual tunnel will end.

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Other concrete walls have been constructed on the ground near the walkway connecting the coaster to Tomorrowland.

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These walls are ostensibly for a second walkway to go beneath the first.

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Crew members were working behind a wooden wall.

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Above the coaster, white canopy strips now cover almost the entire framework.

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New strips have been added this week, leading up to the framework’s high point near the show building.

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the temporary blue netting remains until the final canopy pieces are installed.

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We could see a crew member working on the canopy.

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TRON Lightcycle / Run was originally scheduled to open for the 50th anniversary of Magic Kingdom but was significantly delayed, at least partially due to COVID-19. It may not open until next year.

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