So you think you've seen every inch of GTA V's map since its inception? I thought so too, but I felt there was always more to find, and I was right.
(Non-readers, skip to the images below.)
I'm an exploration junkie, and I took my exploration to a different level, and decided i wanted to go where I'm not meant to go, which we've seen many other people do, mainly to cheat online. But I didn't want to use it for cheating, I wanted to do it, to appreciate the little details that we don't really get to see, put there by R* North's development team. I see them as Easter Eggs personally. They always remind me of the ghost town in GTA3, which i have fond memories of.
I've been scouring the map for simple interiors (PS3/PS4) over the past couple of years which we can sort of see in, through the glass, and essentially find a way in (there's always a way in). And I've put them in to two categories:
The first is the interiors which don't have solid ground or walls (no collision mesh). Whilst they're cool to look at, you can't really explore those ones, and the textures are normally a lot lower quality.
And the second is the ones which have solid or partially solid grounds. which you can explore, and in some cases, place things in them sing the content creator.
Here's just a small number interiors I've found which are solid, I've then also made into deathmatches, so other people can appreciate them without doing the legwork of finding a way in themselves, unless they're urban explorers like myself, of course.
Full Gallery: http://imgur.com/a/xmRp0
And finally, is there anyone else out there like me? Please share your own findings. I'd love to compile all the interiors with other people, so we can finish exploring the map, Inside Out! I'm still exploring the map to this day, so I'll keep adding them to my deathmatch collection.
The only reason i haven't posted this any sooner is because I'm wary of R* patching interiors, but these are all harmless, so fingers crossed i haven't made a mistake by posting this.