SDS Models NSCF versus the Eureka Models NSCF

 
  MalMac515 Station Master

Location: Bribie Island
Hi All

Can anyone tell me why the scale is defendant on the two models and which one is correct???

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  brissim Chief Train Controller

Not sure what you mean by "scale is defendant" - but you do realise they are models of two different wagons? The SDS model is the 1959 BCW version while the Eureka model is the later 1974 version.

Tony
  br30453 Chief Train Controller

Not sure what you mean by "scale is defendant" - but you do realise they are models of two different wagons? The SDS model is the 1959 BCW version while the Eureka model is the later 1974 version.

Tony
brissim

The 1974 version, Eureka model, was converted from sheep wagons and thus had a higher roof than the earlier ones modelled by SDS.

Is this the difference to which you refer?
  MalMac515 Station Master

Location: Bribie Island
Not sure what you mean by "scale is defendant" - but you do realise they are models of two different wagons? The SDS model is the 1959 BCW version while the Eureka model is the later 1974 version.

Tony
brissim
Hi Tony
I purchase both the SDS NSCF and the Eureka NSCF and the defendant is the height
  MalMac515 Station Master

Location: Bribie Island
The 1974 version, Eureka model, was converted from sheep wagons and thus had a higher roof than the earlier ones modelled by SDS.

Is this the difference to which you refer?
br30453
Yes and thank you for the info
  Roachie Chief Commissioner

Location: Kadina SA (formerly NSW)
Hi Tony
I purchase both the SDS NSCF and the Eureka NSCF and the defendant is the height
MalMac515
Mate, this is the second time you've used the word "defendant"......I'm guessing that the word you are meaning to use is "difference"? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

"Defendant" is the word most commonly used to refer to a person who is in court, answering some charge! LOL

Roachie
  MalMac515 Station Master

Location: Bribie Island
Mate, this is the second time you've used the word "defendant"......I'm guessing that the word you are meaning to use is "difference"? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

"Defendant" is the word most commonly used to refer to a person who is in court, answering some charge! LOL

Roachie
Roachie
Sorry Roachie I had a metal block with the word and did not check it.
  FirstStopCentral Chief Train Controller

Sorry Roachie I had a metal block with the word and did not check it.
MalMac515

He had a "metal block"...!

Oh, brother...

Paul
  Piston Train Controller

Sorry Roachie I had a metal block with the word and did not check it.
MalMac515
We can get 'the Blacksmith' to check out your metal block if you want.
  MalMac515 Station Master

Location: Bribie Island
We can get 'the Blacksmith' to check out your metal block if you want.
Piston
I did it again 'Mental Block'
  TheBlacksmith Chief Commissioner

Location: Ankh Morpork
Sorry, did I hear my name mentioned? I was busy defending a mental bloke elsewhere. Laughing
  Lambing Flat Chief Train Controller

Location: My preference....... Central West NSW, circa 1955....
G'day MalMac515 Smile

Have a read through my old page on NSWGR stock wagons in the post World War 2 period for a bit of an overview on the subject.

http://www.oocities.org/james_mcinerney2000/stockwagons.htm

That way you won't end up as a defendant and run the risk of being confined to a metal block when the Detail Police come calling... Wink
  anzac1959 Chief Commissioner

G'day MalMac515 Smile

Have a read through my old page on NSWGR stock wagons in the post World War 2 period for a bit of an overview on the subject.

http://www.oocities.org/james_mcinerney2000/stockwagons.htm

That way you won't end up as a defendant and run the risk of being confined to a metal block when the Detail Police come calling... Wink
Lambing Flat

There hasn't been any reports on the news about the detail Police making any arrests . Seems you can get away with anything ATM . The detail police were keeping an eye on me if I painted my KB into Tuscan. I took their hint !Mad

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