PHOTOS: New Disney Skyliner Concept Art for Pop Century & Art of Animation Resorts Revealed

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Now located on the construction walls between Disney’s Art of Animation and Pop Century Resorts, guests can get a closer look at the upcoming Disney Skyliner gondola transportation system.

A map of the system, as well as an overhead rendering of the shared station for the two hotels can be seen.

Here we get our first look at the station for the Skyliner at Art of Animation and Pop Century.

The final piece shows a view from across Hourglass Lake.

Similar art for the Epcot and Hollywood Studios stations was released on construction walls at those locations. Despite being pulled down a day later, the attraction poster for the Epcot Skyliner was shown this week at the Festival of the Arts.

No opening date has been provided as of yet for the Disney Skyliner system.

Special thanks to reader Sam Fritz (@SFritz730 on twitter) for the photos!



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  • I think the turn between EPCOT and the Riviera takes place at the front of the Boardwalk Resort parking lot. The views we’ll get while descending into the International gateway will be amazing.

  • Years ago during a Disney Tour I was told the reason they can’t add more monorails is the state add’ so many requirements it became cost prohibited. State requires that a CLASS A road next to it for rescue if needed and among other things.

    I would think the SkyLiner would require the same road. I do think one can have rescue units with WIDE wheels and perhaps work on swamp lands too? Or route around those?

    I do see it being cheaper as just towers, cables and the cars.

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