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PHOTOS: Large Decorative “Wood” Piece Being Raised to Top-Off New Monorail Station at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

A “wooden” structure has been staged at the new porte-cochère of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, which is being constructed in front of the Monorail station.

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The structure consists of horizontal beams of wood-stained steel with two angled roof sections.

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An angled piece of lattice descends from one end of the horizontal piece.

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A large crane and scaffolding was holding the structure up until they raise it to the roof.

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The structure is likely the top portion of the new Monorail station. You can see it on top of the structure in the concept art below:

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Right now, it is sitting in front of the porte-cochère’s concrete columns.

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New scaffolding has appeared on the adjacent Monorail station.

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The scaffolding surrounds the concrete columns and stretch across some of the track.

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From here, we can also see the new planks on the angled station roof.

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Despite the scaffolding, Monorails are still able to drive through the station.

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Roof framework has also been installed above the walkway leading into the Great Ceremonial House.

Keep checking WDWNT for more updates on Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, which is set to fully reopen this summer.

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