The people who have shared all this information and pictures want to remain anonymous for the moment.
This is one of the photos, both are on our photo archives I’m sure. This is almost definitely Kramer’s plane at Shornemead.
Hope this is of some help.
I have briefly spoken to two members, they own the two original photos of Kramer’s crashed Me-109.
I am assured they are definitely his plane, they also own his flying helmet that was given to them along with the photos back in the early 70s, although they can’t be 100 percent that it is his. Sorry but have no photo of it.
Should I get a photo, I will certainly let you know.
Anyway I can tell you that Kramer was shot down in combat over the river Thames on 31/8/1940 approximately 13.30 hrs by Sgt Norman Taylor of 601 Squadron, he was also shot down by Kramer’s wing man. He bailed out and his plane crashed into the marshes not far from where Kramer’s plane crashed and burned out.
Sgt Taylor visited Kramer a few days later who was badly burned.
The two photos as far as I can maintain have never been in print and so shouldn’t have any copyright attached, I’m sure it would be fine to post them on site.