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

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort reopened to all guests last month, but unfortunately, the resort’s new Monorail station has not yet been completed. However, the new porte-cochère did open, and we can now get a better view of some of the construction.

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Plants are filling the dirt plots in front of the porte-cochère.

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Stairs lead to the roof of the station for crew use.

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Several steel sections have yet to be fully encased and painted.

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A second decorative panel has been installed on the Monorail station behind the porte-cochère.

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More of these orange and red panels will be installed, bringing some much-needed color to the resort’s entrance.

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Behind the station, the bridge to the Great Ceremonial House is surrounded with tarps as it is completed.

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Crew members were working on the walkway’s roof when we stopped by.

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More crew members were working on the ground.

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Scaffolding surrounds the unpainted supports for the station.

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The Monorail still runs through the station right now but does not stop.

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Painter’s tape is visible on the underside of the station roof.

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Lights are wrapped in plastic to keep them protected.

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  1. being dvc members, we would love to stay at polynesian. just for the tonga toast. but for some reason disney decided this resort would have no one bedrooms. which is always what we stay at.

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