I don't know if anyone has seen this yet, but RMS Titanic, Inc has posted some new slides including the elusive port bow section imagery. Also there's video showing a thermotank (from the 1st class lounge roof perhaps?) http://www.rmstitanic.net/100th-anniversary.html
#47353, "RE: Port side bow mosaic" In response to Reply # 1
Who knows? It seems likely the new Cameron book will include them though. Personally, the most frustrating part of wreck research is trying to piece together screenshots of a couple seconds of video from various documentaries into a coherent picture of the site.
#47356, "RE: Port side bow mosaic" In response to Reply # 4
One area I'm curious about is seen in Ken's art, mainly the overview painting of the site or the starboard profile of the stern. Far to the east of the stern in these paintings is a huge upside down piece of decking, bent into a U shape. This piece is very close to the Bigger Piece of hull plating.
In the bow mosaics, I'm surprised at how different the two sides appear on A deck. The portside looks more stable, while the starboard is not.
#47362, "RE: Port side bow mosaic" In response to Reply # 5
Be careful with the Ken Marschall paintings. In places he consolidates things he saw in separate imagery so their placement in the paintings may well be artistic license. It took years after Ken did those to resolve the navigation issues and fully determine where each photo was taken.