Woody the Talking Christmas Tree, the MicMac Rotary and the Starr Manufacturing Plant.
What do they have in common?
They are all alive in the memories of those who grew up in Dartmouth.
But that is not all.
Now there is a place where you can do more than sit alone with your own thoughts of Dartmouth history.
A Facebook Group called Born and Raised in Dartmouth and Proud of It has a loyal following of over 1,200 members who share memories, pictures, and events about all things Dartmouth.
And it is getting more popular everyday.
"I started the group as a spur of the moment thing about four years ago," said Peter Crnogorac in an interview from Edmonton, where he now lives. I was feeling a little home sick. I created it in seconds and even had it as Born and Raised in Dartmouth and Pround of It. That typo was there for a year or so until enough people started complaining and I fixed it."
Crnogorac said once people started posting historical pictures he got a lot of requests from people to join the group.
"I didn't envision this group being as big as it is. When I first made it there were only six people in it. Then one day I starting getting multiple requests to join. I went on there and saw the historical pictures of Dartmouth and the discussions. It blew me away."
The site includes hundreds of pictures, some dating back to the 1800s.
Anyone new to Dartmouth may be surprised to see people curling and even racing horses on Lake Banook.
"This group is certainly bringing back memories and creating new ones," said Bruce Hetherington who is an administrator of the group.
"I have met the Queen, skinny dipped in Penhorn Lake, drove my car on the ice at Lake Banook and raised a family. All of it in Dartmouth."
Hetherington said amalgamation didn't really hurt Dartmouth.
"It will always be Dartmouth, a close-knit community."
Former Dartmouth resident Peter Haughn has accumulated a lot of pictures and newspaper clippings over the years. He says he didn't know how to share them or if anyone would even be interested.
Until he found the Dartmouth Facebook group.
"I just started posting a few photos and clippings and there seemed to be some interest from people in the Dartmouth area. It seemed to snowball and became an active thriving group. Some people are attracted to the history, some enjoy the social aspect of connecting with old friends. I have reconnected with friends and made many new ones that I never knew when I grew up in Dartmouth."
Stu Crosby, Joanne Thomas Yaccato, and Meagher's Grant Canoe are also administrators of the group.
Peter Crnogorac says he just hopes everyone continues to have fun with Dartmouth memories.
"I just hope people keep active and contribute to the group. I think it is turning out to be a great historical tool. Maybe some teachers in Dartmouth can show it to their students. They could pick a subject from the group and research it and do a paper."