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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

PHOTOS: Aerial View of Ongoing Construction at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

As we saw last month, a new Monorail platform is being installed at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, after the old Monorail station was torn down. Now thanks to photographer Jonathan Salazar (@TheDisneyPilot on Instagram), we have an aerial view of the continued construction.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot
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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

Wood paneling now surrounds most of the vertical supports.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

The final two supports, on the right, do have the beginnings of the initial steel structure needed before the wood is installed.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

Of course, the dirt surrounding the Monorail platform is also visible. Eventually this will be cleaned up and paved back over.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

Some construction is visible on the front of the Great Ceremonial House, which is also being refurbished.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

We can also take a look at the new crossbeam structure that was installed last year. Half of the crossbeams have windows above the lobby.

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Source: Jonathan Salazar, @TheDisneyPilot

Some of the rooms at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort have also been under construction as they are refurbished to have a Moana theme. Disney gave us a first look inside these rooms last week.

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