By Jordi Lippe and Jordi Lippe-McGraw
June 15, 2016
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Ahead of the opening of Shanghai Disney on Thursday, Shanghai Metro has revealed two themed trains that will carry visitors to Disney’s first park in mainland China.

Featuring characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, the trains are set to launch the same day the park opens, June 16.

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According to Shanghai Daily, the Disney-themed trains will leave from both the park and Luoshan Road stations. Visitors who want to ride the train to the park should hop on Line 11, which has stops near Shanghai Disney, Disneytown and Wishing Star Park. While the themed trains certainly have spirit, Disney fans who have taken the trains in Hong Kong—which have Mickey-shaped windows and more—may be less impressed.

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Shanghai Disney, built to host as many as 100,000 visitors each day, will be within three hours’ travel of 330 million people, according to ABC News.

The themed trains are just the latest news in the buildup to the park’s groundbreaking. Disneytown has already opened, and we’ve even had a sneak peek inside the main park.