Cresting the second of two airtime heavy camel back hills.
This bold signage over the ride entrance is perhaps one of the best pieces of theming at Movie World.
Magnetic brakes lead into friction brakes in the ride's brake run.
Closed for business... at 2:45pm?
Superman does the rounds on his Fortress of Solitude float.
Batwing Spaceshot, and the adjoining Justice League ride, are both down for annual maintenance.
Superman Escape twists into the second of its two large camelback hills.
Arkham Asylum is back up and running... but Batman doesn't look to happy about it.
Well, we can rule out this ride being themed to the popular Batman villain Scarecrow.
Another footing for another angled support outside the fence.
This inlet in the fence suggests that this footing will be home to an angled support.
Footings span off into the distance.
These thin conduits connect to the perimeter fencing to power the lighting.
And there's no shortage of the stuff to go in.
Channels being dug for electrical conduits.
The grass has been growing quicker than the coaster as of late.
The support in one of the car park garden beds still features its alignment template.
The lower washers and nuts remain in place; these are adjusted precisely into place to ensure exact alignment of each support column.
Nuts and washers have been removed from many of the footings in preparation for the installation of support columns.
At this point the ride will twist through its final section of track, into a brake run and curve around to the right into the station.