Magic Kingdom at Work: Photo Update July 21, 2015May 10, 2017 by Jeff Kober We head to the Magic Kingdom to see what’s up. There is always something at work at this, the most successful park in the entire world. Journeying down Main Street U.S.A. by trolley we see that the construction facades are completely removed–at least for now. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. The journey down Main Street U.S.A. is made more harmonious by the Dapper Dans. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Looking across a passing firetruck, note the color palette and details on the Uptown Jewelers store. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. New turrets file alongside Cinderella Castle, providing entertainment support and adding to the decor of the area. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. The ramp leading to Cinderella Castle appears to be undergoing some remodeling, perhaps to make it easier to ascend its incline. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. The area between Cinderella Castle and Tomorrowland is still being refurbished. This will likely provide a popcorn/beverage cart. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. What’s most curious is the size of these trees along the stream. Hopefully, some small path will be carved out of the way to take advantage of having some benches and shade. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. The same kind of construction is happening between Adventureland, Liberty Square and the Central Plaza. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Turning the other direction, construction continues on the new Jungle Cruise restaurant, once the home of the Adventureland Veranda. You can see additional decking that will be added to the footprint. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Construction is also being added to the front of the new restaurant. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Here Cast Members gather together to celebrate the Ranger of the Day at Pecos Bill’s Cafe. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. A shot of the Frontierland Railroad Station. Sitting high above the entrance to Splash Mountain, its color palette and aged look makes a great segue between the two mountains.Photo by J. Jeff Kober. A characteristic of Walt Disney World in July are the many Brazilian groups that visit. This one gets ready to invade Pinocchio’s Village Haus. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Returning to Central Plaza we see that the operations team now have red vests instead of the customary blue. The red vests are similar to what operations personnel wear at Disneyland. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. The horse and trolley awaits dancers as they go into the entertainment gig down Main Street U.S.A. Photo by J. Jeff Kober. Returning to the TTC, construction continues at the monorail station, though it’s uncertain what purpose it is serving. Photo by J. Jeff Kober.