PHOTOS: Construction Walls Come Down Around Frontierland Railroad Station

Toni Ferrigno

Frontierland Railroad Station with walls down

PHOTOS: Construction Walls Come Down Around Frontierland Railroad Station

Some of the construction walls around the Frontierland Railroad Station have come down at Magic Kingdom, as Tiana’s Bayou Adventure moves ever closer to its summer 2024 opening.

Walls Down at Frontierland Railroad Station

Frontierland Railroad Station with walls down

During a recent trip to the park, we noticed that some of the construction walls put up for work on Frontierland Railroad Station and the Tiana’s Bayou Adventure queue had been removed.

Frontierland Railroad Station with walls up

The above photo, taken less than a week ago, shows what the area looked like before the walls were removed.

Frontierland Railroad Station greenery

With the walls now gone, newly added plants that will be part of the Tiana’s Bayou Adventure queue can be seen. A portion of the queue is blocked off by a construction wall, located behind the greenery. It can be viewed from above when waiting for the train. The path on the right side leads to a restroom that remains open during bconstruction.

Frontierland Railroad Station greenery

A row of rolling planters remains in the area. In the distance, walls are still up around what will be a second staircase for the Frontierland Railroad Station.

Frontierland Railroad Station greenery and remaining construction walls

A small section is still walled off. It appears more greenery will eventually fill this area.

Frontierland Railroad Station empty planter

In front of the newly uncovered section, another bare planter has been prepped for what will likely be more greenery.

This area of Frontierland is sure to be complete in time for the summer 2024 opening of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure. It appears that many elements of the attractions’s construction are in the final stages of completion, as Imagineers have been recently spotted taking test rides, and three testing signs have been added to the flume at the bottom of the drop.

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