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“Sunshine Highline” Elevated Dining Area for Disney Springs Officially Cancelled

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By Tom Corless

Disney Springs

Disney released an interesting piece of concept art today:

Something missing?

Concept art with the “Sunshine Highline” still there, including the ADA compliant elevator

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In back story, the area was an abandoned railroad track

It would seem that the delay in the construction of Food Truck Park on the West Side, now also known as Exposition Park, was the removal of the “Sunshine Highline” second floor offerings, an elevated abandoned train track area for guests to relax and possibly dine. The concept art on the walls for Food Truck Park featured the above art until quite recently it was removed and signs change to reflect the Fall 2014 opening, rather than Summer. Disney is being very quiet about the removal, so it is unknown if it was a budgetary or safety decision. Drunken guests on an elevated platform WOULD be a bad idea. Regardless, it’s sad to see the use of these structures relegated to simply being shade and lighting structures. Oh well…

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Source:: WDW News Today