ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES

New Generation of Flyers

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£1.99
Armstrong World Industries 25310 Armstrong Units Self-Adhesive Floor Tile, Beige, 12X12, .045 Gauge, 45 Tiles Per Case by ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
Armstrong World Industries
£140.22
Armstrong Units Self Adhesive Floor Tile Beige; Category: Building Materials; Manufacturer: Armstrong World Industries.
Armstrong World Industries 25315 Armstrong Units Self-Adhesive Floor Tile, Sandstone, 12X12, .045 Gauge, 45 Tiles Per Case by ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
BARNETT SUPPLY
£188.99
ARMSTRONG TILE UNITS SANDSTONE* Armstrong -- Units .045 Gauge 12"" X 12"" Tile Vinyl No-Wax Wear Layer Easy To Clean Easy To Install Sel f-Adhering 45 Tiles Per Carton (45 Sq. Ft. ) 1-Year Limited Warranty. Color: Sandstone.
Armstrong New Beginning Extra-Strength Floor Stripper, 64 Ounce by Armstrong World
ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
£53.40
Extra strength floor cleaner and stripper for use on resilient floors, Solves tough cleaning problems, Removes tough-ground in dirt and stains, Dissolves polish and wax buildup, Do not use on hardwood, cork or linoleum floors
Armstrong World Industries 25285 Armstrong Units Self-Adhesive Floor Tile, Sand, 12X12, .045 Gauge, 45 Tiles Per Case by ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
Armstrong World Industries
£112.65
Armstrong Units Self Adhesive Floor Tile Beige Sand; Category: Building Materials; Manufacturer: Armstrong World Industries.
Armstrong Shinekeeper Floor Polish 32 fl oz by ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES
£55.12
32 fl oz; restores shine to no wax floors; for Armstrong floors
Space Exploration: All That Matters
Hodder & Stoughton
£3.99
Amid a century devastated by war, space exploration was perhaps mankind's greatest achievement of the twentieth century. Yet remarkably, in a world where most technology progresses constantly, space exploration appears to have gone backwards. Man has not returned to the moon since 1972; the space shuttle programme has finished and not been replaced; much-vaunted promises of space tourism have not become realistic.In this remarkable book, David Ashford looks back at the story of space exploration, identifying the factors that were a driving force behind the eye-catching programmes of the cold war, and showing how now new driving forces are needed. Using his own extensive experience as a practitioner and researcher of space exploration, Ashford then outlines a new, realistic roadmap for achieving the new space age soon and at an affordable cost.This accessible and readable book will appeal both to students and general readers, giving a fascinating introduction to space exploration - and what matters most about it.
Armstrong New Beginning Floor Stripper by Armstrong World
Armstrong World Industries
£50.65
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Media Storehouse 1000 Piece Puzzle of World War One - Herbert Asquith - Newcastle (13146188)
PA Images
£34.99
1000 PIECE PUZZLE. Jigsaw Puzzle (1000 Pieces) Artwork depicting World War One - Herbert Asquith - Newcastle. Herbert Asquith visits Armstrong Works in Newcastle. 1000 piece puzzles are made-to-order and hand-finished on 100 recycled 1.5 mm millboard. The completed puzzle measures 50 x 66 cm and is delivered packaged in an attractive presentation box (40.5 X 19 X 3.3 cm) specially designed to fit most letterboxes. Professionally Printed
Media Storehouse Framed 10x8 Print of World War One - Herbert Asquith - Newcastle (13146188)
PA Images
£44.99
FRAMED 10X8 PRINT. 14x12 inch (38x32cm) Xpress Framed with Black Frame (white border) Artwork depicting World War One - Herbert Asquith - Newcastle. Herbert Asquith visits Armstrong Works in Newcastle. Our quickest to deliver framed 10x8 print, shipped in 3 working days instead of 5. Wood grain effect frame (overall size 14 x12 , 36x32cm) with simulated mount effect. Features professional hardboard back stapled in with hanger and virtually
How I Won the Yellow Jumper: Dispatches from the Tour de France
Yellow Jersey
£7.06
How I Won the Yellow Jumper is a a recount of TV presenter Ned Boulting's experiences covering the world's most famous two-wheeled race. His story offers an insider's view of life behind the scenes of the Tour, as well as detailing the complexities and absurdities of reporting on the race and confronting the most celebrated riders. Eight Tours on from Ned's humbling debut, he has grown to respect, mock, adore and crave the race in equal measure. What's more, he has even started to understand it. Funny and frank, How I Won the Yellow Jumperis the account of Ned's journey, that same journey undertaken by many tens of thousands of cycling enthusiasts from tour trainee to incurable fanatic.
Ice-Tees- Eagle Squadron RAF Badge Logo- Girl's Youth T-Shirt

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£9.95
100% cotton for comfort and breathability. Naturally pre-shrunk so they keep their shape. Industry standard heat transfer process producing flexible and durable prints.
Morpeth in the Great War
Pen and Sword Military
£1.19
Morpeth played a key role in Northumberland's war effort. As a market town and the seat of government of the county authority, the town was significant in the coordination of Northumberland’s war effort. With a wide rural hinterland, it played a huge part in the production and dispersal of vital food. The town also occupied a position on the fringes of the Northumberland coal district, and many of the men and businesses of Morpeth were engaged in the equally vital work of mining. The town shared a proud tradition of military service with the wider region, reflected in the huge numbers of Morpeth men and women who came forward for service in the military or in roles such as nursing. It was a recruitment centre, with its own unit of the 1/7th (Territorial) battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers.For many of those left behind in Morpeth the war was a time of fear and hardship. This book includes accounts of the struggles that many families faced in coping with wartime policies, severe shortages, rising wartime prices, longer working hours and endless worry, sometimes in the face of accusations of drunkenness or idleness from the authorities and unfair criticism of the rural districts’ recruiting record. Despite the hardships, Morpethians continued to provide incredible charitable support right up until the end of the war, in addition to their work efforts. These momentous efforts are explained throughout this book, which is a poignant testimony to the bravery, self-sacrifice and determination of the people of Morpeth during the Great War.