I've come to the conclusion with abandoned houses they will either be an old family home or old Mans house who hoards, terribly hoards then we photograph it. We spotted a few houses and these are cool fun to explore, theres always neat junk to look through, especially old stuff perhaps some you might want to take home and some you'll appreciate from a distance, (like magazine collections and the kitchen cupboard contents) while they could be good to read all those National geographic mags owning that many is over the top.
We checked out this clubroom that had been caught on fire (reminded me of a freemasons) full of junk and timber and sorts. Looks like it's just used for storage now. Just when we thought we wouldn't be getting into this one I managed to climb in through one of the windows behind a tree at the front, I thought I was clever it was the second location I had got us into for the day usually I just stand there and look pretty. As we where leaving I got a telling off for being to loud from Bradd lol it just shows you do learn a skill or 2 from ole urbex.
And then theres the odd time when you find something, different and fun. And it was just towards the end of the day when I was becoming grumpy and was hungry, wanted to turn right, Bradd said go left and we find this old looking wrecking yard, photos below :D