Disneyland installs walls on Main Street as part of refurbishment project

Disneyland’s famous Main Street is looking more like wall street.

During work to replace the tracks for its horse-drawn streetcar, the theme park has installed two stretches of walls along Disneyland’s main thoroughfare to separate visitors and workers.

The walls are so prominent that the project has sparked jokes, questions and videos on social media sites.

The wall encircles the landscaped plaza at the entrance to the park, known as Town Square, as well as the hub that surrounds the statue of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse.

The project began Jan. 8 and will continue until early spring. The work includes new brickwork along the...

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