Construction is being halted in the name of the almighty dollar. The parks are hurting. 3 of them aren't even open.
No it really doesn’t make sense. 2021 theoretically should start to pick up and they should be able to open more as the virus gets under control with vaccine roll outs. Shutting down construction for most of 2021 does not make sense especially when you have a highly anticipated anniversary in October. Halt new projects no doubt but stopping ones they are in the middle of like this just seems incredibly dumb.
Is there an aerial photo that shows the route of the replacement train track? Does it finish the connection with the existing track at the Main Street station?
It’s not like Disney doesn’t have the money.
They will put the panels in and do minimal landscaping to clean it up and hide and secure what they can. Who knows, 6 months - a year they start again.Does this “finishing the canopy now” everyones talking about mean the whole canopy (as in all panels and stuff, making it completely covered). Or just the framing work we can see already up now?
To be fair, the park was much less crowded back then. Even if they wanted to do it, it would probably turn into a discovery river boat situation since there would only be 1 train set.Even with Splash Mountains install, they still ran a portion of the line frontwards and backwards, which I understand won't be done again.
There’s a safety consideration that prevents the train running backwards on the route section unaffected by TRON.There are no safety reasons or ops reasons that prevent the WDW RR from operating in reverse with guests. It was done on a daily basis with guests on the behind the scenes tour.
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