PHOTOS: More Scrim Removed from Main Street Train Station at Magic Kingdom
As Walt Disney World gears up for its 50th anniversary, refurbishments are taking place all over the Magic Kingdom. From Adventureland to Fantasyland to Liberty Square to Frontierland, nearly every part of the park is having some refurbishment work done. Main Street, U.S.A. is no exception, as the Main Street Train Station has been undergoing its refurbishment for the last year. Themed scrim was erected around the building to shield the work from prying eyes, but it has been slowly removed over the last few weeks as the project nears completion, just in time for the anniversary in October.
More scrim and scaffolding have been removed from the interior side of the station. We saw a section of scrim removed from the side that faces out to the world last week, and now this section removed comes from the inside, facing Cinderella Castle.
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With a closer look, you can see the beautiful stained glass windows up top have been uncovered.
This train station looks great and is nearly complete. Are you excited about all the updates coming to Walt Disney World for the 50th anniversary? Let us know in the comments below.