While the train is not in operation, one is parked at the Main Street, U.S.A. station every single day, and is accessible for a cool and unique photo opportunity that you can’t usually get during normal operation.
Inside the train station, there were several tables set up, with crayons and coloring pages. With the weather starting to warm up, and this area being so isolated and air conditioned, the train station is going to be a hidden gem of a relaxing area to hide from the heat and the crowds.
I’m loving the colors of the crystals on this bracelet, they remind me of Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather from Sleeping Beauty.
The new lollipop ears have invaded Magic Kingdom and can be found in every store that stocks any kind of ears.
Working my way up to Cinderella Castle, I stopped for an update on the drained moat. It looks like some of the water has started creeping back in since our first update, but the pathway remains open and unchanged so far.
In Tomorrowland, progress has been made on the concrete and track repair to the Tomorrowland Speedway.
The Speedway is closed for refurbishment and for an adjustment to the track path to accommodate the new Tron coaster.
In Storybook Circus, I got to check out the newly reopened Casey Jr. Splash ‘N’ Soak Station. It’s good to see the walls down and have this attraction back.
We’re still waiting for the scrim to come down around Castle Couture, though.
That’s all for another day around the Magic Kingdom!