Disneyland is moving forward with the next update as part of the park’s Project Stardust beautification program – the removal of the ‘french fry’ rocks from the entrance to Tomorrowland.
As reported by Marla Jo Fisher for the Orange County Register, construction walls went up in the area on Thursday, Aug. 15 for the rocks’ removal, which will help widen walkways and improve pedestrian areas in the park.
Disney officials confirmed to the Register that the rocks are in the process of being removed along the north side of the land’s entrance and that the “Tomorrowland” sign has already been taken down. The rest of the rocks will be removed slowly over the next few months.
Other enhancements brought to the Disneyland Resort through Project Stardust include the recent refurbishment of Sleeping Beauty Castle, the newly-opened Pixar Pals parking garage, and the refurbishment of Main Street, U.S.A.’s curbs, brickwork, and streetcar track.
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