The new Monorail station at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is taking shape ahead of the hotel’s full reopening later this year.
Since we last checked in, not much has changed with the porte-cochère leading towards the Great Ceremonial House.
The concrete support columns have been completely encased, so roofing installation will likely be the next step.
Pink paint remains on half of the Monorail’s supports.
There is new scaffolding atop the Monorail platform.
Some roofing is visible above the station.
The small section of roofing is across three tresses.
The roofing is on either side of the structure’s peak.
Meanwhile, crew members were on the walkway leading from the Monorail station to the Great Ceremonial House.
Several of the columns have been encased on concrete.
When complete, the porte-cochère and Monorail station will look approximately like the concept art below.
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