Monorail Cast Members To Receive New Costumes

Monorail Cast Members To Receive New Costumes
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Say goodbye to the old maroon and white monorail cast costumes…

Walt Disney World Monorail cast members are set to get new costumes, replacing the current color scheme which has been around for 20+ years.  The new costume will be white, blue, and yellow.  The costume will also incorporate a conductor’s hat similar to those worn by some cast members who work on the Walt Disney World Railroad.

The costumes are set to debut very soon, so keep an eye out for them!

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Charles
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Charles

Thank goodness. That maroon color felt drab and antiquated compared to the contemporary/futuristic feel the monorail is going for. Hopefully the new color scheme is more Tomorrowland/Future World-ish.

Nathan
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Nathan

It shouldn’t be a costume that looks TOO futuristic as the Monorail cast operates in various themed resorts. I think a universally themed costume with a slight futuristic twist would be appropriate.

Nathan
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Nathan

I don’t understand why a “conductor’s hat”. Should be a pilot-style hat if anything. WDW Monorail pilots earn their “wings” pin when they are certified. They should stick with that theme.

Andrea
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Andrea

I thought there was an article on this site that monorails were going driverless soon?

Charles
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Charles

I think during testing they accidentally broke off the nose of Monorail: Coral, so that may be a ways away from implementation.

anthony
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anthony

Why don’t they invest in some air fresheners for the monorail.

Brian Kanto
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Brian Kanto

I just wish I could hit in the one I wore 20 years ago