PHOTOS: Guardians of the Galaxy Roller Coaster Show Building Dominates the Skyline at Epcot

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Last week we brought you a look at the first few columns of the show building set to house the massive Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster going into the Universe of Energy at Epcot. A few days later, more structure started to go up and we can now see the full height of this enormous structure. Disney has been doing theme parks for over 60 years and has turned hiding show buildings into an art form. We hope that this massive building will be disguised just as well as the rest of Epcot.

This image is taken from the International Gateway bridge, going towards France. No zoom and you can easily see the show building support column in the distance. This is the first piece of many for the building.

Moving just beyond France you can still easily see the structure. It’s going to tower over Future World.

A little height comparison to Spaceship Earth. Right now the building appears to be just over 1/2 the height of Spaceship Earth.

From Japan you can see Wonders of Life, as well as a few additional support beams going up.

It’s really not a joke how tall this first piece is.

You can see two additional columns behind Wonders of Life/Test Track. They should combine together to form another one of these support columns.

Clearly visible next to Universe of Energy.

We’ll continue to monitor the progress on this massive new attraction for Epcot, stay tuned!

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