Monorail Yellow Returns to Service Following Refurbishment at Walt Disney World

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Another member of the Walt Disney World Monorail fleet has returned to the tracks and is welcoming guests.


Monorail Yellow has returned to service, showing off a refreshed look in line with the other monorails we’ve seen since the fleet went back into operation. Here, we see it pulling into the station at the Transportation and Ticket Center.


As we’ve seen on a number of monorails, Yellow now sports a new delta. In this case, the delta is black, eerily matching the caution markers on the platform.


Meanwhile, the exterior looks clean and ready for the next leg of the journey.


The interior has also undergone some aesthetic improvements, similar to the other members of the fleet.


The bench seating on each of the far ends of the cabin features the classic Walt Disney World logo of Mickey Mouse’s head inside a “D,” with “Monorail Yellow” and “Walt Disney World Monorail System” in a font reminiscent of the early days of EPCOT.

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For safety, a fire extinguisher and emergency intercom are located behind the seating area.


Above, a yellow stripe runs the perimeter of the cabin.


The caution warnings above the doors also feature the classic EPCOT font.


And of course, for that extra Disney touch, the same “D” logo on the interior can be found on the outside of the first and last cars of the train.


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