In various places along the Ghost Town Trail you will find former railroad mileage markers. These markers were erected by the Pennsylvania Railroad to note the distance to the railroad junction at Cresson, PA.
As you travel past the former town of Wehrum in 2016 you will notice that a new highway bridge is being constructed over Blacklick Creek. The highway bridge project will not affect the use of the trail. The Wehrum Access Area remains open but it can only be accessed from the Vintondale side of the access area, not from Route 22. A highway detour route is posted.
This abandoned concrete bridge once lead to the bustling little village of Claghorn. The town was named for Clarence Claghorn a mining engineer and official with the Vinton Colliery Company. The town remained in existence until the early 1940s when homes were still being rented out. Nothing remains today, except the bridge.