PHOTOS: Disney’s Polynesian Resort Monorail Station Demolition

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is currently undergoing some serious renovations (many of which are inspired by the film Moana). The monorail station that gives Guests staying at the Poly easy access to Magic Kingdom and the TTC is being demolished as part of the upgrades taking place at the resort.

Related: Polynesian Resort Monorail Service Suspended for 8 Months

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Previously we have reported on other construction work going on at the Polynesian, including the work being done at the expansive pool, the Lava Pool, which is getting a Moana-themed makeover. You can read more about that here!

But, today, we have photos thanks to theme park photographer and reporter @bioreconstruct on Twitter. These new images show the monorail station at the Poly getting demolished. The post reads:

Aerial look at demolition of the Polynesian Resort monorail station. Station is being redone. Also seen are recently replaced signature crossbeams above Great Ceremonial House.

Here is another photo that shows another angle of the demolition on the monorail station. You can see more of the demolition from the side of the structure.

Another look from an additional angle:

Thankfully, while the monorail service is currently unavailable at the Polynesian, it is a quick walk over to the Ticket and Transportation Center in order to get to Magic Kingdom. You can also take a ferry boat, which I highly recommend, as your transportation to Magic Kingdom.

Related: Construction Continues at Disney’s Polynesian Resort

But this is not the only large scale construction project happening at the resort. We have photos of guest rooms that have been completely gutted as part of the renovation process. You can see those photos are read about the Moana transformation taking place inside guest rooms at the Polynesian here!

What do you think about the renovations taking place at the Polynesian? Are you excited? Let us know in the comments below!

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