1. Hobby - Model railroad and railfan (personal, club or group) displays which may include operating scale or other layouts, technique and skill demonstrations, static displays, railfanning displays, collections, and related themes. Exhibits must be non-commercial in nature. Typically these displays are free-standing.
2. Commercial - Products or services for sale or display, intended to generate revenue at the Show or in the future. May include dealers, manufacturers, commercial advertising, hobby shops, museums, rail-oriented tourist operations, railroad art, and the like. Typically these displays are in one or more booths.
3. Non-Commercial - Features displays on safety, public awareness, educational, model or prototype railroad organizations, etc. Exhibits must be non-commercial. Hobby-serving organizations selling memberships or convention registrations are not considered as commercial. Typically these displays may be in a booth or free-standing.
SUPERTRAIN is not a swap meet or flea market and the selling of used private merchandise is not permitted at this show.