In my garden, Senegal is a HUGE climber, and that's here where teas can be iffy. It would probably be hardy for you in *most* winters, but it IS going to die back severely in the occasional "arctic vortex". I know, lol. SdDJ is much hardier, and smaller all around, though still a good sized plant. It can be kept as a bush, and isn't technically even a climber, though anything that throws 8'+ canes is a climber to me, lol. As for color, I wouldn't say they're the same at all. Senegal is a black-ish red, that can be scarlet in heat of summer, and SdDJ tends to be a purplish wine red, and can be downright violet in the right conditions. Though there really isn't another climber quite like Senegal, if you have limited space I'd go with SdDJ, both for beauty and size. But I warn you, SdDJ is very slow to take off. I'd double the old adage "first year sleeps, second year creeps, third year leaps". It was AT LEAST five or six years before mine settled in and really made a show. But once it does take off, it's a more reliable re-bloomer. Senegal, on the other hand, grows like a weed, which is good considering it suffers dieback every 4th or 5th winter, but is stingy with it's blooms after the Spring flush.
Both roses are so dark that they would benefit from being protected from evening sun, and would both show up better against a light background. Where I have mine, in the open garden, the color doesn't "carry" from a distance. The roses look a bit like shadows. But up close, both are gorgeous in Spring...not so much in hotter weather. I will have to say that SdDJ tends to have more disease problems here, but I live in blackspot heaven. I swear I have all five strains of the stuff, lol.