The hogger of a switch move powered by an old #4420 I1s waits for a hand signal from the man riding the rear end, probably breaking apart an arriving westbound. No radios being used here. John notes that #4420 is not rebuilt, the headlight in it's original position. The PRR 20th St. Shops on the right, largest on the system west of Altoona, were able to do all five class repairs on steam locomotives. To the left, Yard A & B were two of PRR's 5 yards in the Columbus metro. Most of the trackage was ripped up by I-670 construction later on and the buildings razed, scars of the turntable are the visible satellite evidence this ever happened here.