PHOTOS: Disney Skyliner Signage Exposed at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney Skyliner Signage Disney's Hollywood Studios Station
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As the Disney Skyliner speeds towards its opening this fall, the next step in construction is now visible.

Signage has been exposed at the Disney’s Hollywood Studios station, showing off the stylized look that matches the park’s entrance.

The sun catches the shiny, silver wording beautifully, showing off its glitzy, Hollywood style.

(And if you get close enough, you can check your reflection in the sign.)

This sign will beckon guests to take the Disney Skyliner to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, where guests can transfer to Disney’s Riviera Resort and on to Epcot, or to Disney’s Art of Animation Resort and Disney’s Pop Century Resort.

This is just the latest phase of development we’ve seen on the Disney Skyliner recently. We’ve also recently seen the construction walls come down on the station at Epcot’s International Gateway, revealing its beautiful artwork. We also got a look at the characters we’ll be able to spy on the gondolas.

Of course, the sign on top of the station remains under wraps, but we’ll be sure to let you know when that comes off and we get a better look at it!

Keep reading WDWNT for all your news on the Disney Skyliner as it gets ready to open!

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This is probably not something for me to ride on. I never road the sky cars (I forget the name of the thing) when it ran through the Magic Kingdom many, many,