This is the closest picture I could find of before I made the changes. The house with the blue roof in the back was one that was replaced. Also raised the mounting pipe that feeder was sitting on so that the replacement would show up better. The three feeders in the front row are still there with some changes.
This is the feeder station after all the changes. The small blue feeder in the back is by far the oldest. It was built by my father back in the late 70's. It was made of good solid wood and has stood up to the weather very well. I did have to put a new roof on it and of course repaint it again for probably the 5th or 6th time. The feeder on the left is the Smith feeder and is a brand new one. It has been on the pole for about two weeks now. It was built for our friends the Smiths and was suppose to go to Arizona this winter. Plans changed, so it got a spot here to feed the birds. The feeder in the center is the "green" feeder and is a couple years old. It also got a new roof and a paint job. The feeder on the right is the newest one and was made from a cedar deck board. We will get to see how it stands up and changes color over time. We are considering a new cedar deck for next summer to replace our old one. The suet feeder in the front is the same and draws a lot of Woodpeckers as well as other types of birds.
This is just a closer shot of the feeders.