Jeff Lukas’ 5/5/12 Magic Kingdom Photo Report
WDWNT Reporter Jeff Lukas visited the Magic Kingdom on Saturday and has some great newsworthy photos to share with us, so let’s take a look:
We’re still letting the memories begin…
Work continues on the Main Street Bakery facade
Tangled characters meeting in Town Square until a new home in Fantasyland is ready
Pillow pets everywhere!
Something for the ladies
The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor is looking great following the refurbishment
Everything looks brand new inside
The Tangled meet and greet is being turned into the home for Merida from Brave
More steel rises for the Seven Dwarfs Mine Coaster
What appears to be a large weathervane appeared on the roof of Maurice’s Cottage, Enchanted Tales with Belle
We just keep moving ours…
The second tent is Storybook Circus is slowly being covered
No more steel frames to see at Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid
The Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station is coming along nicely
Just a peek over the walls and we can see Casey in all his glory! This looks fantastic for being just a water play area.
RFID FASTPASS scanner outside the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
The crane, the crane!
Most of the framework for the Castle Walls is standing now
“I wonder what they are building…”
Stroller parking now happening outside of Village Haus
It’s been quite a shuffle the last few years
Some facade work happening on “it’s a small world”
Work continues on the former plot of the Fantasyland Skyway Station
Work is wrapping up on the Big Thunder Mountain refurbishment
Everything out in the queue looks good
Bigger changes are expected for the indoor queue, at the very leas most of it has been rebuilt
I know it’s blurry, but you can see that the railroad ties are back
The new track should be a nice adjustment
The Robo-News man in Tomorrowland returned to service recently
He looks brand new!
Some new shirts at Philharmagic, I LOVE both of them
This shirt has been around, but still cool!
Center Street looks great as does all of Main Street following the 3 years of facade work that has been going on