Nope only what i find. I grabbed the "Original" photo from google images, because i noticed it was the one you was using to identify location of Brayelles in the other forum.
I used that image with Photoshop Elements, combined with a screen capture of google maps of the same area today. Using the 2 images i was able to line up the major road networks on the aerial photograph with those on the google maps image using Rotation and Skew tools also i was able to line up some field boundries and some secondary roads. so the picture should be pretty accurate. yea i should have put North South East and West Alignment symbol on it but top of Picture is North.
These 2 images are also Brayelles. Notice the horse on the track way going to what i assumed was a mess area?. My guess that there is a stable type building could be plausible. I'm guessing the picture with the horses on was taking around 1909 during the Air Race of that year. if you look in the background. at hangars and tents, apparently there workshops for making earlier airplanes in 1909. my guess that was converted to a supply area/repair area during the war.
The farm type building looks to be called L'Homme Mort in the 1st photo. There is a Cemetary South East of Brayelles called l'Homme Mort too. but thats some ways away
my french is bad but some information here on La Brayelles. In 1907 Brayelles became a place of trial for pioneers of aviation ?http://cuincy.pagesperso-orange.fr/Page%20La%20Brayelle.htm