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Since I know of few "horizontal hive" topics that exist in other forums, putting assorted links here.

Horizontal deep hives:
https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?341887-Horizontal-deep-hives

Convert Langstroth frame to horizontal deep hive:
https://www.beesource.com/forums/sh...nvert-langstroth-frame-to-horizonal-deep-hive

Horizontal Hive Styles - What should I consider?:
https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?343609-Horizontal-Hive-Styles-What-should-I-consider

Dadant and horizontal hives:
https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?344505-Dadant-and-horizontal-hives

Doolittle's 'Six-Frame' Hive:
https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?345495-Doolittle-s-Six-Frame-Hive
 

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Found a few more to add to your list GregV (several of these you have posted helpful images in)
Thanks nickhefferan!

Anyone who knows of more burred worthy "horizontal" topics - please do pull them up.
 

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This guy runs long Dadant hives - great channel, but no subs (for shame).
Still a good one to even look and get some idea.
This is how a peasant way of keeping the bees looks like.

Here is a cool vid about two 20-frame long hives.
The deal is - he by some accident forgot about these two hives and did not touch them for a year (he thought he did - turned out that he did not).
This, btw, also means he did not treat them for mites - he stated so specifically.
Watch what happened (even if just look):
 

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Here is a very good channel in many ways - long hives is just on topic.
Here is a good video how to set the long hives for the winter.
 
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