Concrete walls along Toon Lagoon and the backside of the Project 340 construction zone have started to appear. These walls may rise high enough to block the view of the hotel and road behind the area from guests. Since this area is pretty tight they may be covered in trees or rockwork to create a larger sense of space for Skull Island. Let’s hope it looks better than the metal facade behind Dragon Challenge.
Construction Update Photos:
Walls springing up along the perimeter of the area. Toon Lagoon to the left.
Lots of wood seen used to hold the concrete in place while it dries
Next section of wall being constructed along the back of the area
Extremely thick foundation being poured along the perimeter as well
Next section to be done on the Toon Lagoon side
Digging out trenches along the other side of the area
A lot of work yet to be done
King Kong Lives! Penny presser still at Universal main store in USF, 12 years after the closure of Kongfrontation.
Alicia has been visiting theme parks since the age of 3, has a knack for memorizing park maps, loves theme park renovations and cannot wait to ride something new. She can often be found wandering the parks and riding coasters!