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Tom Corless’ 2/12-2/17/13 WDW Photo Report

Posted on February 19, 2013

WDWNT Reporter Tom Corless visited the Walt Disney World Resort last week and has some newsworthy photos to share with us from his trip, so let’s take a look:

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There is now an official Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom card book, $34.95

Work continues on the Tangled restrooms

Lanterns now hang over the area

A poster featuring Vladamir from the movie is hanging on the wall

There is now a wait time sign for the Express Monorail

Tarps are up on the guitar at Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster

Angry Birds: Star Wars stuff now available in Tatooine Traders

Moving to Downtown Disney, you can now see the pinsetters working through the windows at Splitsville

Taco truck is back on West Side

The Little Mermaid shirt from California is available

A painting of Beast’s Castle from New Fantasyland for sale

Work continues on the new volcano at Rainforest Cafe

A monorail pen now for sale, $9.95

The Segway experiences at Epcot were quietly shutdown this week

All tours were refunded and suspended permanently

No word yet on why this is happening, but we expect a new Innoventions exhibit will replace this soon

Work walls up on the Duffy Store, otherwise known as Disney Traders

A Piston Cup clock is now available at Art of Disney

Work continues on Splash Mountain

No more tarps and scaffolding up

The black spot is gone!

Some work still going on at the bottom of the drop

A fire extinguisher and a coke…

Topics: Disney's Hollywood Studios, Downtown Disney, Epcot, Photo Reports, The Magic Kingdom | 2 Comments »

  • Gabriel Gil

    even disney construction workers get thirsty from time to time :-) )

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Drago-Harley/100002506646115 Drago Harley

    I hope they add more foliage and trees around the Rapunzel Tower. I also hope that Disney imagineers know that the base of the tower and also the backstage parts of some of the new Tangled buildings can clearly be seen from wherever these pictures today were taken. That all needs to be camouflaged and hidden with greenery. Hopefully this happens before the area opens next week.