Wow, those are looking good! I could spend a lot of time admiring the views on my monitor. With VR goggles I expect they are stunning.
Since you are making corrections, there's one thing I can suggest to make it fit a bit better into the 1912 era. The chequer pattern on the flooring plates would have been an elongated diamond type, as shown here:
I think 1 inch wide by 2 inches long was typical for the diamond size. According to one source, the long axis was oriented fore-and-aft in engine rooms, and athwartship in boiler rooms.