I don't believe anything was passed in - the exact opposite actuallyI did hear tales of the old indicator boards going in the realms of $800-$2100...
It was surprising to see the excitement of some winning bidders paying exhorbenant prices for what even RailCorp Heritage considered as surplus (read - junk)
However, if reports are correct this was to be the final RailCorp auction so the prices were probably lower than what they'll achieve on eBay in the coming months
There was a variety of 'roll-overs' of dubious vintage and condition. The quad from Erskinville went for $2200, the triple from Tempe $1600 and the average double was $700. Some were scarred by poor storage/vandalism, some with footpedals, only Tempe had one clock face and one incredibly damaged/incomplete single which would've been good for its blocks only went for $350Lots of action on E bay now after this auction. Looks like the re-selling has begun!
Some of the staff instrument pallets went for $700-800 for what appeared to be grossly damaged/incomplete units. Obviously those in the know saw value
CityRail 80's era signs went for an average of $70 but unfortunately were often grouped in lots of four
The platform 'drop-downs' were cheaper the than last auction though
Crazy but interesting nonetheless