Here’s a 19th Century engraving published by Young Brothers of Glasgow. Looking south, it prominently shows the ruins of Bothwell Castle looking upstream of the River Clyde. Uddingston’s Ferry Road on the left and Boatland on the right.
The topography is somewhat exaggerated likely to fit everything of interest into the one scene, but it does represent this stretch of the river quite well in terms of anything of interest.
With thanks to Gordon Cook for this nice image.