So you want more Storybook Circus? Well you my friend have come to the right place. Enjoy!
Just a great new sign for The Barnstormer…
The line was holding steady at 50mins for most of the day.
That sure looks like a Hidden Mickey on the right…
Goofy is the Great Goofini!
The queue is now on the left side of Barnstormer and it makes for some incredible vistas.
The Barnstormer’s queue features several of these targets in order to provide some much needed shade from the Florida sun.
Near The Barnstormer you can find an old train track…
You might also find the remnants of The Great Goofini’s target practice.
This is the kind of detail we have come to expect from Disney…
…but it is still refreshing to see this attention to detail. The look and texture of this shredded canvas target is just right.
Looking over towards the Fantasyland Train Station we spot a hint of Casey Jr. in Storybook Circus.
I know it is easy to appreciate the rides in Storybook Circus but I can’t tell you how much more grounded this whole area feels because of this new Train Station. Storybook Circus wouldn’t be the same without it.
This is where the “old brick” train tracks come to an end.
The track is pointing towards the Roundhouse where Casey Jr. will be.
The Walt Disney World Railroad never looked so good coming into Fantasyland.
Wait until you see it for yourself, it is hard to describe it other than to say it just feels grand because the train seems to fit into the scale of the station.
That little nook gives a great location for taking photos of the train…
Time to refuel.
The Barnstormer making use of its extended queue…
Still smokin’ as if it just hit the earth…
Now this station is worthy of the Walt Disney World Railroad.
A Closer Look at Casey…
Welcome to Carolwood Park, population packed!
“Wood” trashcans near the Fantasyland Train Station.
Carolwood Park and Fair Weather Place both nods to Walter Elias Disney.
For as simple as the Fantasyland Train Station is, it has some beautiful detail including these hanging lamps stretching from the station and into the unopened areas of Storybook Circus.
I’ve got a feelin’ we aren’t in Toontown anymore.
Storybook Circus is now a place where you want to be, it has life, character and charm.
These hanging lanterns aren’t yet turned on, but they look great already and I can’t wait to see these strung around Storybook Circus and lit at night.
The mixtures of colors and materials makes for a beautiful station.