Last year, The Incredible Hulk Coaster officially closed at Universal’s Islands of Adventure to undergo a major refurbishment that included the complete removal of its track and the retheming of its queue. After months of work, the very first pieces of track were spotted behind Storm Force Accelatron, and more pieces are expected to be installed in the next few days, bringing back to life one of the most iconic thrill rides ever built. Let's see how the attraction currently looks.

The blog of the Universal Orlando Resort shared two great photos showing the new track pieces:

Let's now take a look around the park thanks to these great photos taken by our own photographer:

Marvel Superhero Island:

Let's begin by checking out The Incredible Hulk Coaster:

Work also continues in the lagoon:

Leaving the area:

Toon Lagoon:

Popeye and Bluto's Bilge-Rat Barges is still down for refurbishment:

Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls is still open to Guests at this time:

Jurassic Park:

The Jeep that was parked in front of the Spinosaurus has been temporarily removed:

Work is being done in The Lost Continent:

Seuss Landing:

It's time to leave the park. We will be back very soon, though:

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PHOTOS BY: Universal/Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

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