Since we last checked in on Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, even more of the Monorail station has been dismantled.
More than half of the roof is now missing.
Monorails are still going through the station but are not stopping while construction continues.
Decorative beams have also been removed from above the railing on the final lefthand section of the station.
Whole sections of the roof have been removed from the right side.
Two sections have some of the roofing left.
A Monorail happened to drive through while we were taking pictures, highlighting the ladder sitting on its side in the station.
From below the Monorail tracks, we can see the sky.
At least for now, roof supports remain in place.
The framework for a staircase leading up to the station is exposed.
Construction continues beneath the station as well.
Meanwhile, construction continues on the Moana-themed rooms.
While we can’t see inside currently, we did catch a glimpse of several gutted rooms a week ago.
Permits were recently filed for work at the Lava Pool as well. Below is concept art for the finished Great Ceremonial House.
What do you think of the changes coming to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort? Let us know in the comments.