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More Themed Elements Added to TRON Lightcycle Run Entrance in Magic Kingdom

There are three interconnected construction projects ongoing in Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom right now: TRON Lightcycle / Run, Walt Disney World Railroad, and Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.

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The exterior portion of the new TRON-inspired roller coaster is clearly visible from the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover.

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Crews have installed white paneling along most of the edge of the canopy above the coaster track.

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On the ground, they have been working on walkways — one leading to the coaster entrance and another cutting through the area to Storybook Circus. A new wood and steel structure is taking shape at the front of the walkways.

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Two crew members were working on this teardrop-shaped structure when we recently visited.

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The main walkway still doesn’t have permanent railings, only temporary wood railings.

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Crews recently repaved most of the walkway. They have yet to repave the end of the walkway, which splits around a planter.

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Next to the walkway is the Walt Disney World Railroad tunnel.

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The tunnel has a curved roof.

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Crews recently dug a large hole in front of the tunnel. The hole remains, next to an extended section of the tunnel wall.

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It seems like this wall could be the cutoff between guest areas and backstage.

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Some construction materials are visible inside the tunnel.

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Crews were working on the ground between the tunnel and the walkway.

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Meanwhile, the entrance to TRON Lightcycle / Run has more theming.

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Guests will walk beneath the coaster to reach the main entrance.

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There appear to be two doorways leading into the building. Most likely, one will be for the standby entrance, while the other will be for the Lightning Lane.

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A grey piece descends between the doorways, with a circle at the top center. A rectangular piece sticks out of the circle.

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A crew member in a scissor lift was working on the small entrance canopy, which has some white tarp attached to it.

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To reach TRON Lightcycle / Run, guests will walk past or through Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. — a.k.a. the Space Mountain gift shop.

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The side of the shop is blocked off and covered in white and blue tarps.

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The small awning of the building has been extended at this end with steel pieces.

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The decorative towers were removed from the building and it’s unclear if they will return.

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We have mostly seen crew members working at the opposite end, near the entrance.

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It seems they are extending this section of the awning as well.

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Disney has not announced an opening timeframe for TRON Lightcycle / Run or the Walt Disney World Railroad. Rumors point to a fall 2022 opening for the coaster at the earliest, but we may not be able to ride it until 2023.

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  1. I can’t hardly wait for the opening of Tron: Lightcycle/ Run at the Magic Kingdom and I can’t wait for the Walt Disney World railroad and the Signage for Tron: lightcycle/ Run.

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