The wire and cross beams could easily be removed. The fact that the park hasn't done it in the Pantheon area at least to get free marketing of Pantheon shots from that angle shocking.That fencing isn't going anywhere, well not easily. Those are metal posts embedded in concrete. They should have come up with method to easily remove the screens/wire grid to preserve the views.
The more I look at Google Maps the more I agree that they could potentially swap the catering area out with a train station based solely on the minimal modifications that would be needed for the existing layout.You know, it's interesting... net of that entire conversation, which certainly has been explored and subsequently cited pretty thoroughly... last time I rode the train (~ 1 week ago) I tried to pay close attention to the grade behind the picnic area and Festhaus. And having done that, I think I'd have to see some data, a topo image, or hear from someone who personally has seen the same, before I really believe there is a substantial uphill grade at all once you're back there.
Drachen Spire area, yes. Festhaus? I'm, somewhat surprisingly, not convinced.
There are a lot of considerations complicating that judgment, which I should bring up in the appropriate thread. But it's slightly relevant here because it ties to Zachary's idea that the picnic area theoretically moving into the Drachen Spire field would open up that 'Haus-adjacent area. And, of course, because the eventual attraction back there, whatever it may ultimately prove to be, would be very well served by a train station.