Josh Siegel’s 9/11/10 WDW Photo Report

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WDWNT Reporter Josh Siegel spent his Saturday roaming the parks of the Walt Disney World Resort, and he has a number of newsworthy photos to share with us:

The Fantasyland crane is visible from far away

There are so many tarps on Main Street, you can see them from outside the park

The Magic Kingdom is decked out in its Halloween finest

Work continues on the Exposition Hall

This is almost as ridiculous as the Peter Pan facade at this point…

Casey’s is still under tarps too

Night of Joy took over the Tomorrowland stage for a few nights

Everybody wants to ride Space Mountain in “Starry-O-Phonic sound”…

Even Dale!!!

The strange Fantasyland walls in the middle of the Tomorrowland Speedway are still up

Work continues on the facade of Winnie the Pooh

There seems to be a lot more activity behind the walls now

Over at Winnie the Pooh, the old facade has been ripped clear-off

Back on the other side, the large pile of dirt still stands

A lot of activity down there

From Dumbo, we can see a lot more

That large pit is supposedly a new Cast Member access tunnel

Blurry, but you can see how deep it goes

Peter Pan’s Flight, say it with me, still behind tarps!

No visible exterior changes on the “it’s a small world” refurbishment

Signage still up at the former entrance

Some walls have come down in Liberty Square, and the facades look great!

Donald Duck’s meet and greet area in Frontierland is behind walls

New railings being installed in Liberty Square

You can see where the old ones were sawed off

Do we dare go in to Crystal Palace?

We do, where everyday is now a Friendship Day Celebration

More Main Street tarps, surprise!!!

Halloween merchandise inside The Emporium

Goodbye Magic Kingdom

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Hello Epcot, can’t wait to say hello to Food and Wine

Hacienda De San Angel is almost done and ready to serve guests

A peek inside…

Walls are down around most of the building

Big changes in MouseGear as they are replacing all the registers and instituting the awful “single-line system”

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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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