Honestly what kind of "baking equipment" are you looking for? Baking is not rocket science nor surgery, not even close to even fixing your car.. you only need VERY minimal specialised equipment to get started. The items I list below, you need for any cooking in a kitchen anyways.
Heck when my gf and I were at university, we made most of our stuff from danish pastries to muffins etc with just our hands. (She is Danish so apparently baking knowledge is genetic
What you will ever need:
0. Notebook, Calculator and Pen
.. very important to record what you do, so when you screw up you can fix it.
1. Measuring cups and scale (cheap at CT, you can never have enough)
2. Baking sheets (silicone and paper type)
3. A KitchenAid Professional mixer.. get a few extra mixing bowls, so you don't have to wash up.
4. $10 bucks mixers from Walmart (get at least 2, just use 1 motor and have the extra beaters so you can keep on using the mixing when a pair get contaminated).. this is for beating eggs eg things you find the Kitchenaid too cumbersome.
5. Plenty of silicone brushes (grab a dozen), extreme useful for glazing
6. Sieve (for pie crusts and crumbles), get a few.. ones with fine opening, it is all in the wrist.
7. The $10 Marble roller from Superstore if you are into pastries.
8. Grab an extra large glass jars with silicone seals for flour / sugar, buy in bulk.
9. Bowls (I prefer glass, because I don't like giving people Alzheimer and they are dish washer safe)
10. Ice trays, you need to cool down the pastries, so ice is sometimes needed.
11. Non serated knife to cut dough
12. Big HEPA vacuum cleaner.. preferrably a Hoover or a Dyson.. it makes clean up so much easier.
13. A actual proper working oven thermometer (not the one built in).
You might need a cook book or the web for a few recipes and just try. All the recipes are the same, you just need to adjust it to the amount / size of the batch you make. It is very important to write in your notebook what you varied etc.
I like fluffy pastries, so I make about 5lb of them and divide them 1/2lb batches in one go. That probably takes the longest in the realm baking because a batch takes 5 hours for about 8 folds.
One tip: Vanilla extract, get a 1L mason jar, go to Whole Foods / Capers etc and grab 2-3 test tubes of vanilla beans (split them), then soak them in vodka.. voila.. vanilla extract for life in 2 weeks.