Hello Bengt and thanks for the coordinate information.
I was able to find the area of your image by using the QuickMap feature and this is an image of the area showing the tracks and a large boulder next to the tracks:
Lat 48.29 Long 1.68
, on Flickr
The white object in the centre of the image is a large boulder. There are no known manmade objects in this area.
If you look at the Lunar Lander Coordinates
thread, which shows all known manmade objects on the Moon, you will see there is nothing within the range of your coordinates.
This next image is from slightly north of your original image and shows some boulder tracks with the boulders that formed the tracks:
, on Flickr
If you would like to explore this area yourself you can go to this link: http://wms.lroc.asu.edu/lroc/view_lroc/LRO-L-LROC-3-CDR-V1.0/M113947886RC
On the left-hand side it displays a lot of information about the image. At the top left there are some download options. I always use the "Download CDR PTIF" option. Once you have downloaded the file you need an application to browse the image. I use an Apple Mac and use the "Preview" application for image browsing. I assume that there is something similar on the PC.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the above.