One has a tiny colony (from the sound of it and the lack of weight) and the other had 5 or 6 shallow frames of honey and a huge amount of comb below the frames (14 x 12 nuc box with a Dartington half super above). Unfortunately last night's storms had brought it to the ground in a big crash and some of the comb is in the bottom of the hive. The bees are in terrible condition - heavy varroa infestation - so will need attention PDQ. They will both get an inspection tomorrow evening, weather permitting. I am thinking they were the remnants from a local commercial beefarmer who gave up (retired?) last year.
My own swarm of 3 weeks ago is going like a train. The 14 x 12 brood box is full to the gunnels with honey and brood. The only space was a small section of foundation which was too close to the hive wall (made up with the extra comb, drawn and filled with honey, on the other side!).