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Železniční most mezi Dolem Darkov a Dolem Karviná ( ČSA )
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Důl Karviná

Důl ČSADůl Karviná vznikl sloučením původního Dolu ČSA a Dolu Lazy ke dni 1. 4. 2008. Sídlo se nachází 25 kilometrů severovýchodně od Ostravy.

Do organizační struktury Dolu Karviná jsou začleněny 2 důlní závody: závod Lazy, Orlová-Lazy a závod ČSA, Karviná-Doly.
Závod ČSA je situován ve dvou dobývacích prostorech - DP Karviná Doly I a DP Doubrava u Orlové.
Závod Lazy se nachází v jihozápadní části karvinské dílčí pánve. Dobývací prostor závodu Lazy se nachází na katastrech obcí Orlová a Karviná

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