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PHOTOS: Decorative Panel Added to Back of Monorail Station at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Crew members are working quickly to finish the new Monorail station at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The support columns along the front of the station are being prepared for their concrete encasement, and some scaffolding has been removed from within the station.

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The new porte-cochère is open, but guests still have to go around the Great Ceremonial House to enter the lobby.

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Since our last update, the two columns on the far left have been wrapped in yellow sheeting.

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Crew members were working on one of the smaller columns directly behind the porte-cochère.

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Similar strides have been made on the other end of the station.

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More decorative orange and red panels will likely be installed as the station nears completion.

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Scaffolding has been removed from this end of the station, where it previously reached almost to the end of the roof.

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There’s still some scaffolding inside, though, and painter’s tape is on some of the roof beams.

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The columns on the other side of the station have been encased in concrete.

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Another new decorative panel was hiding behind a tree, between these two concrete columns.

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Construction walls and tarps still line the walkway next to the station.

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  1. The white underside makes it look cheap. It should look like wood, not Home Depot metal panels.

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