We’ve got Part 2 of your Late February New Fantasyland fix just past the jump and we wouldn’t want to keep you waiting. So join us after the break for more over-the-construction-wall photos showing off some of the new details of Storybook Circus and the rest of New Fantasyland.
Make sure to click through the images for the Higher-Res Versions!
A ton of fresh concrete has been poured throughout the foundation of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train attraction. Under the Sea ~ Journey of the Little Mermaid’s facade is just out of this world.
A closer look reveals some of the smaller details of the newly installed sections of Prince Eric’s castle.
The spanish tile, golden rings green accents and more all add to the character of this wonderful reproduction.
The rock work has always looked fantastic and layers are still being added.
The queue of the attraction makes its way under the arches in the bridge that end with this beautiful castle tower.
Make sure to click through this image to see the Higher Res Version. In the background you can see the construction of Belle’s Village including the building in the back that will house restrooms. In the foreground you can see a large structure has been built in order to frame yet another cast for a concrete pour for the Seven Dwarfs Mine Coaster.
Another great look at Belle’s Village in New Fantasyland…
Now it is time to take a look at Storybook Circus…
The newly built Fantasyland Train Station is a thing of beauty and its exterior is very close to completion if not already there. The lighting is on and the building has been painted. I can’t even begin to tell you how much better this is than the poor excuse for a train station stop that was there before.
Here is a really good look at the various planters in Storybook Circus as well as the green colored walls inside the Fantasyland Train Station.
Also of note, the new blue tent by Dumbo. Any ideas as to what that is?
Storybook Circus Themed Lighting Poles near Dumbo the Flying Elephant
A great closeup shot of the New Fantasyland Train Station. If you click through to the High Res Version you can get a good look at the lighting fixtures with the lights turned on.
Tons of work in and around Dumbo the Flying elephant though the Dumbo vehicles haven’t made their return to the spokes of the old Dumbo Spinner.
Another look at the lighting in Storybook Circus…
Blue tile around the base of Dumbo.
I’m assuming this might be the wait time sign for Dumbo the Flying elephant. Anybody know for sure?
The flags atop Dumbo’s Big Top Tent look fantastic. Dumbo is starting to give you that vintage happy feeling of that first visit to a circus.
Here you can see the crown where the tent for Big Top Souvenirs will be attached to.
Another great look at Dumbo’s Big Top…
The Great Goofini is a bit clumsy 🙂
Here you can see the wire structure for the tent on Pete’s Silly Sideshow.
This rock work will connect the space between New Fantasyland & Storybook Circus…