Hello to all. I recently found a train set in our closet that was purchased many years ago when our children were small. It is new, never opened. It is a Bachmann 83 piece set. The top lid of the box is red, white, blue and gold, and has "Silver Express" prominently in the center. Other features noted on the cover are - "Diesel locomotive with operating headlights and three cars (the cars are a caboose with "Santa Fe" on the side, tanker car with "Cyanamid" on side, box car with "The Rock" and 57028 on the side, and engine with "Santa Fe" and the number 307). It also has a 17 piece elevated bridge and trestle set, 36 x 45 inch oval track and power pack. It also says it has signs, telephone poles and figures. It also features "simplistic plug in wiring". The side of the box is stamped Item No. 00080 above the bar code. All new in box. I don't know anything about trains, but thought this would be the place to find out. I can't remember when and where we bought this, but it got put in a closet and forgotten years ago. Can you kind folks tell me something about it's worth? Is this something I can just turn loose on the grandkids at some point or is it collector status? Thanks for the help.