PHOTOS: Construction Walls Partially Down at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Skyliner Station, Revealing New Signage

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Progress is moving quickly at Disney’s Hollywood Studios with the official grand opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge coming up in just two weeks’ time.

Many of the stores along Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard are now scheduled to reopen in time for the land (or just about), the new security screening area and entrance was recently unveiled, and now, construction walls are partially down at the Disney Skyliner station, giving us a better look around and inside.

Gone are the old Hollywood Coca-Cola vending machine girls, but at least the marquee appears to be making a comeback.

Gone are the walls around this structure, with planters now acting as makeshift barricades around it.

A new sign points guests in the right direction, be it the entrance, restrooms, parking lot, or assorted transportation.

The Disney Skyliner sign still remains haphazardly covered…

…but we can now get a better look at the winding queue up to the station where guests will board their highway in the sky.

What’s that over on the left?

Why, it’s the latest Skyliner signage to be unveiled! It still has some protective layers on the shiny chrome parts. The signage tells guests where their first stop is: Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. Caribbean Beach then serves as a hub to Art of Animation, Pop Century, Riviera Resort, and Epcot. This one even matches the style used on the Art of Animation Skyliner station sign.

This whole area has also been unveiled, offering a more airy feel to the entrance.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios will soon be fully unveiled as a shiny new shell of its former self, but we’re here for all of its changes and transformations.

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Kevin J Yancey
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Kevin J Yancey

I saw them unwrapping the gondolas in March, when we were at New Orleans Riverside resort. Unfortunately, WD parks have gone completely smoke/vape free. I don’t expect we’ll be spending much time in their parks in the future. We’re planning a trip to LA, in which we would visit DL, but now it looks more like Universal Studios will be the only park we will see. It’s a shame, because my father in law designed one ride at each park, and they tore down The Great Movie ride, so only the Matterhorn is left.

Austin Ray
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Austin Ray

Not going because they moved smoking areas to outside the entrance. Ok, bud. As if Universal won’t do the same in time – as they should.