Disney has just released timelines for the closures of the Walt Disney World Railroad and Tomorrowland Speedway in connection to TRON roller coaster construction.
Starting in December 2018, the Walt Disney World Railroad will pause its grand-circle tour of the Magic Kingdom and take up residence in the Main Street Station. This will give guests a chance to see the railroad via up-close looks and one-of-a-kind photo opportunities. Disney didn’t say when the Walt Disney World Railroad will resume service.
Also, the Tomorrowland Speedway will close for a portion of 2019 as the attraction’s track is adjusted to make way for a wider walkway back to the TRON roller coaster. It will re-open in the Summer of 2019 without a theme change.
This morning we gave you a first look at the TRON billboard now visible at the Magic Kingdom.
BREAKING: TRON IS NOW PROGRAMMING AT MAGIC KINGDOM!!! pic.twitter.com/78xZmvkU9u
— BlogMickey.com (@Blog_Mickey) August 10, 2018
Disney shared a look at the art seen on the billboard.
TRON will open by Magic Kingdom’s 50th Anniversary in 2021. Here’s a look at the latest concept art for the new attraction.
For a look at what to expect when TRON opens at Magic Kingdom, here’s our review from the attraction in Shanghai Disneyland.