Adam Roth’s 9/20/12 New Fantasyland Photo Report

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WDWNT Reporter Adam Roth took a stroll through New Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom on Thursday and has some newsworthy photos of the construction to share with us:

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Castle Walls are pretty much finished

You can see the track recently installed at Seven Dwarfs’ Mine Train

Cute details on the Castle Wall

A closer look at the track

A look back

The Storybook Circus sign is nearing completion

The grass on the top of Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid is looking good

A closer look at the Storybook Circus sign

Lights were on in the third tent, which we now expect to have seating and FastPass distribution for Dumbo and Barnstormer

Signage up on Pete’s Silly Sideshow

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Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.

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  • Why is it taking so long for this section to be completed in its' entirety? It doesn't take that long to build a roller coaster! If Michael Eisner were still the CEO, this section would have been completed at least a year ago! Who id doing the work? A bunch of old granddads? Really makes no sense to me.

  • Ehhhh quitcherbellyachin! . . . for ONE thing: this ISN'T just some King's Island/Holiday World roller coaster.

    How long did Splash Mountain take? Or Sunset Boulevard/Tower of Terror at the Studios? Weren't THEY Eisner era?