Been working a lot lately at a 1950's house lately. So been working the last like three months when ever available there doing anything from making windows to re-wiring the place in working with the electrician and contractors doing their own thing including at one point even removing an entire section of the place I just did a few less involved parts of it. Long story. Anyway, what’s left of mystery for me is the garage. Rewired a few outlets but was based with a huge question that as yet is still not answered - this as with where the power for the garage comes from (theorized kitchen threeway switch was in theory removed during the wiring and is TBA in what's up with it.) This seeming three way switch somewhere in a back of house kitchen switch in somehow controlling a part of it yet not other parts of the garage - how it is wired into the system. Got a basic understanding of what was done but not so much anything I am thinking should work properly sufficiently especially given the threeway was removed during construction and only at best if any two legs of the tree way were connected.. Somewhere no doubt in the kitchen is the components of a three way switch that works in combination with the threeway in the garage for it’s exterior lights. Yet feeding the garage with its various outlets and garage door opener, you have steady power. Only three wires coming into the building however and near as I can tell, that three way switch both in the garage and somewhere in the house is switching the neutral and jumping it to tap the Edison type outlets for the rest of the garage. How does something like that work in it being original to the building and is it still current code to do so? Threeway switches - one in the garage found so far is definaltely the first stop for the incoming feeder wire in it feeding than after after a link all else on the neutral side, the other in the house somewhere I don’t yet know about yet. Currently, with the kitchen under construction, I think it’s in a wall box and the outside lights are off at the moment yet the power to the garage is ok. On the outlet to the outside lights I get a power sniffed hot, and no neutral to them in completing the circuit. So we have the neutral as a sort of traveler component of a three way switch and on the supply side it bridged in supplying the outlets inside the garage so it don’t matter what pole it’s on. Explain this and etc. in concept, why they did it that way instead of pulling another wire and or how or how not it might not be say safe.. This beyond some grandstanding concept of proper safety = remember this was wired in like the 1950's and has not burned down yet or has hope of doing so in the future without changing the wiring.