New aerial photos come to us today from Nearmap of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Nearmap specializes in high-resolution aerial imagery that’s updated much more often than Google maps or similar services.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
First, lets start with an overview of the new 14-acre land. Here’s a look at it from the south, with the Millenium Falcon and First Order Battle Escape buildings visible in the middle and right side of the photo, respectively.
A reverse view from the photo above.
Let’s dive into some details. Here’s a look at what will likely be the marketplace.
In the photo below, we can see the relation this building has with the nearby Millenium Falcon attraction (lower right).
Making our way towards the Grand Avenue entrance, we can see the tunnel has been completely covered (top left), and should provide a wonderful reveal to guests entering Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
Next, let’s take a look at the First Order Battle Escape attraction.
We can see that the building has fully covered the pit that was of such great interest in the early days of the project. The pit can be seen in these aerial photos from mid-August of last year.
Back to the images from Nearmap, we can see that there are two sections of roof cut away near where the AT-AT’s stand.
A reverse angle.
Finally, let’s take a look at the Millenium Falcon attraction. We can very clearly see where the Millenium Falcon will sit, in the shadows of rockwork reaching towards the sky.
A look at the concept art of the area pictured above.
The last turntable is now being covered for the Millenium Falcon attraction.
Our thanks once again to Nearmap for providing the imagery.
Thanks for mentioning where you get your photos. I was always curious. Great article as always BlogMickey!!
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