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Original parts and packaging are a huge factor in value, and it's important for the collector to know that for purchasing and in preparation of eventually trading and offering model trains. Locomotives and railroad cars without their original box and printed materials can lose as much as 50 percent of their mint value. One of the most common errors that brand-new hobbyists make is that they dispose of boxes, direction sheets, cardboard liners, spacers, and relatively inconsequential accessories, but all these products have value. Collecting, maintaining, and storing the packaging and associated materials is almost as crucial as doing so for the real trains. An exceptional entry point into the model train hobby is a starter kit. Starter kits are offered from all the top brand names and can conserve a large chunk of money at the cost of some versatility. When choosing a starter kit, based upon the locomotive which is the most crucial piece. Typically, the power supplies included with starter kits are low quality. Purchase a kit that plays down the power supply or doesn't have one at all, and instead, purchase a separate system. If the selected starter kit does have a power supply, wait in case the kit is ever resold. As soon as the scale and the locomotive are picked, the next step is to pick a power supply, which usually includes the electronic controller that manipulates speed and direction. Like the locomotive, this is a big decision where it is better to splurge than to cut corners. A cheap power supply can be bothersome and inconsistent, which will certainly extend the knowing curve. The two main alternatives are traditional analog or the Direct Current, which means digital command control. The majority of new enthusiasts will likely want to start with a high-quality analog power supply.
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