Universal Studios Update: Trees in London (PART 2)

Welcome to PART 2 of our newest Universal Studios Florida photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers! PART 1 can be found by clicking on this link.

In part 1 we took a look around the park's entrance, Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Boulevard, the KidZone, and more. Now we will continue to focus on Springfield. After that we'll move on to the London Embankment:

Long line to meet the characters:

No more monitors:

It's a shame to see this. We have been reporting it for over a month now:

Some panoramic views of the park, from Springfield:

Wide shot 1 (FULL-SIZE):

Wide shot 2 (FULL-SIZE) [Warning: very large file]:

Wide shot 3 (FULL-SIZE) [Warning: very large file]:

The London Embankment:

Painting in progress:

Noticed the new trees yet? They are really nice:


The back of the London Embankment will also soon receive new trees to block this ugly view:

Notice the new wall of dirt:

The other side is already being worked on:

Getting closer:

The backside... of London:


  1. Those games are supposed to look like that, run down, discolored and such. It's the look of "Krustyland" where everything is cheap, falling apart and/or dangerous. It's even reflected in the EA Game "Tapped Out" where Krustyland in the game has the same discolored look.

  2. Good point, Jeff. I play the game too and noticed how cheap Krustyland is so it makes sense to show that in the park games.

    I may have missed this but did they relocate the Jaws shark or is it gone from the park?

  3. Also, the link to part 3 is missing.

  4. Thank you for letting us know, Jessica! It has been fixed.

  5. Once again, maybe they are intentionally letting the games gather mold to "theme" them, but they were NOT originally like that. There is real mold growing on the displays.
    Here it is in pristine condition: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7423/13014584623_449d9152a8_z.jpg

  6. I think I heard that there may have been a fire at Dunk or Flunk booth.


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