New Fantasyland construction, Magic Kingdom and Epcot news from Disney World

Written by Cory Disbrow. Posted in Dateline Disney World, Walt Disney World

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Published on July 19, 2012 at 11:39 pm with 8 Comments

About Cory Disbrow

Cory likes Walt Disney World so much, he recently packed his bags and moved to Orlando. Cory is a photographer and writes MiceChat's Dateline Disney World columns every Friday.

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  • mratigan

    Thanks Cory those pics are amazing

  • http://micechat.com Dusty Sage

    Wonderful update!

    I’m really looking forward to seeing the completed Fantasyland expansion. Those castle walls will be a huge thematic enhancement and make all the original Fantasyland rides feel as though they are within the castle complex.

  • Algernon

    The rockwork is fantastic. I hate the checkerboard cement groundwork, and the pavement by Dumbo Circus is cracked and horrible–the whole scene looks kind of hellish–not to mention the liquid spill by the “Dream Builder’s” sign in that one photo. The big question is: are the current Disney people capable of breathing magical life into any project, or will it be just another Magic Mountain with mouse ears?

  • Joshnyah

    Again, great journalism and great photos. This really puts me in the mood to get out of this life and go to Disneyworld. When is the next orlando group trip?

    • http://micechat.com Dusty Sage

      We are celebrating Epcot’s 30th at the end of September. Come join us! http://micechat.com/store

      Our travel agent, Teresa at Fairy Godmother Travel, can get you all the info you need so you can join us: micechat@fairygodmothertravel

      We’d love to see you all there!!!

  • MiceChat Staff

    Thanks for the update! It’s nice to see Epcot getting attention.

  • Mac Daddy

    I’m enjoying these updates, Cory! Good to see a blend of your photography prowess with the detailed updates on what is going on in the parks. Keep up the good work!