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An Aerial Look at New Fantasyland – March 2012

Posted on March 29, 2012

Courtesy of Scott Keating and scottkeating.net, we once again have some fantastic aerial photos of Fantasyland to share with you:

The base of the old Dumbo is still lingering, guess it isn’t that easy to completely remove…

A lot going on here: The bridge that will serve as the entrance to the Be Our Guest Restaurant is nearing completion, the Mermaid queue entrance is out from behind scaffolding and appears mostly complete with the exception of pavement, and we can now make out a distinguishable footprint for the Seven Dwarves Mine Train

Another angle shows that Gaston’s Tavern is far behind the other buildings in the village

We can now see where the Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station is going in Storybook Circus, but what lies beyond it in the tents is mostly a mystery…

Getting away from Fantasyland, the Big Thunder Mountain refurbishment rolls on with most of the queue being rebuilt, all track being replaced, and a visible fresh coat of paint being applied to the entire mountain

Work continues on the DVC wing of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1507511915 Jill Obrig Ladd

    awesome pictures!  thank you for posting these !!!

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  • wesley69

    Super pics.  Things keep moving along.  The Beast’s Castle & the Little Mermaid are looking better than what was advertised.

  • http://openid.aol.com/jrsurferboy mr disney

    great pix, im looking forward to,little mermaid!

  • http://openid.aol.com/jrsurferboy mr disney

    great pix, im looking forward to,little mermaid!